Cat vomits on King Prawn has Internet in stitches
A video of a cat’s hilarious vomiting reaction after being offered a crayfish has gone viral with more than 10.6 million views since it was uploaded to social media platform TikTok.
The clip with internet in progress was uploaded to TikTok by user the_scottish_king, who boasts an impressive 1.9 million followers on the app.
In the video uploaded on December 6, a British gray short-haired bird can be seen lying calmly on his bed and minding his own business without knowing it was going to happen one day. the most unwanted surprise in the next few seconds.
Its owner, certainly fully aware of the cat’s reaction, put a single king prawn on a plate and placed it next to the cat.
Curiosity quickly turned to utter disgust when the cat made the sound of retching.
The clip was quickly received by TikTok users, who liked the video, some 607,000 times and then raced into the comments section to share their thoughts on what they watched.
One commented: “I haven’t laughed like that in over a decade, My stomach hurts.”
Another added: “Oh, that’s funny. My cat will inhale that, plate and all.”
A third commented: “Bruh the delay is killing me. It’s been on his mind for so long.”
The clip is one of several that the_scottish_king has uploaded featuring the British shortbird, many of which show its dislike of shrimp.
A video of a mammoth has been viewed 74.1 million times, including the owner showing the cat an unshelled crayfish before it gobbles up again after sniffing.
According to Washington-based Healthy Paws Pet Insurance and Foundation (HPPIF), cats can eat shrimp — although it does offer some key advice.
While cats can eat raw shrimp, it’s not recommended because shrimp can contain traces of antibiotics, fungicides, and other potentially harmful chemicals that are removed during cooking.
The guidelines add: “While shrimp is a delicious snack for your cat, you should not give your cat shrimp as a meal replacement food.
“Shrimp is high in sodium and cholesterol, so it’s important to practice moderation when sharing shrimp with cats.”
HPPIF also says to never share cooked shrimp with species, oils or salts, some of which may be unhealthy or even toxic to cats.
Only feed shrimp that have been boiled or steamed, and always be sure to rinse well before cooking and serving.
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