Cat Interrupts Live News Broadcast To Chase A Fly

If you know anything about cats, you know that they are not the type to sit by and be bothered.

Instead, they go after exactly what they want and are determined to get it all costs.

Those working from home know just how pesky cats can be, even if they don’t mean to be. It seems they’re constantly wanting to sit on a laptop or lay against the camera during a live Zoom conference. They do what they want, without a care about what else is happening!

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That was the case with the cat in the video below. While a reporter was doing a live CBS News broadcast, she was carelessly interrupted by her determined feline.

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The long-haired cat jumped right into the camera view, mid-report, to chase a fly.

Photo: YouTube/Cronkledops
Photo: YouTube/Cronkledops

If you ever needed any proof that cats do not care about time and place whatsoever, this is the perfect clip for you. This feline has no need for your urgent news bulletins. There are far more important things that need to be addressed here, thank you very much.

The reporter had quite a hilarious reaction to her cat, too, and she ended up laughing out loud over the situation.

Photo: YouTube/Cronkledops

“Honestly just incredible what lengths cats will go to,” reads the description and we could not agree more.

Watch the video below:

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