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Even the most staunch anti-cat person would likely appreciate the feline ability displayed after the jump. The video shows Fedor the cat coming to the rescue by catching a flying bat that happened to find its way into a house. If that wasn’t enough, Fedor held on to the flapping menace until it could be effectively contained.

Let’s hope he had his rabies shot.

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A kitten appearing on Good Day Atlanta’s Pet of the Day segment decided to use the opportunity to show off some impressive gymnastic moves that set it apart from other adoptable felines.

Check it out after the jump. Although the video is about two minutes long, all the action is limited to the first 10 seconds.

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(via T.O)

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An eight-week-old white kitten named Gary came into the world with two distinct markings that make it look like he either had an unfortunate run in with a Sharpie or is permanently concerned/confused. Obviously the Internet loves stories like this, and so Gary’s owner conducted an interview with the Daily Mail to explain the kitten’s name, as well as his meme moniker, “Concerned Kitten”:

“As he grew they got bigger and started to spread out. We started saying how confused he looked so I penned him ‘Concerned Kitten’ and it’s just stuck. Aside from his stage name, Confused Kitten has been given another name, Gary, after Gary Barlow because when the Take That star sings he holds his eyebrows up to get to the high notes.”

Hit the jump for some additional pics.

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This Scottish fold cat wasn’t going to be denied an “if I fits I sits” moment with a fish bowl, and was able to channel his inner contortionist to fit completely inside.

As you’ll see in the video after the jump, there were some logistics that had to be figured out, but success was finally achieved at 1:45.

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They say you can’t teach cats, well, anything, but that’s clearly not the case for Pecan. He’s a snappy dresser that has also mastered the art of the dinner bell after realizing that treats would be handed out after each ding. Check it out after the jump, and be sure to stick around to admire the feline tenacity encountered when he’s told that snack time was over.

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You may wonder why someone would choose to name their cat Lucifer, but that’s only until you watch the video after the jump – then it all makes sense. As you’ll see, “Dick” would have been the second logical choice.

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(Reddit)

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The folks behind FatCatArt see some of art’s greatest masterpieces as flawed. So, they decided to correct the mistakes (and make the paintings more Internet friendly) by replacing figures with photos of a plump puss named Zarathustra.

Zarathustra is now part of works spanning centuries and various styles, from the renaissance frescoes of Michelangelo, to the baroque works of Caravaggio, all the way to the street art of Banksy.

Hit the jump for additional examples.

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(via Reddit)