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Cat Videos Of The Day: Friendly Felines Try Their Hands At 5 Different Sports
January 21, 2014
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Because it's Tuesday, and because you might need a little feline pick-me-up to make it through the rest of the week, we present five great videos of cats engaging in different sporting activities.


Robert Dollwet is a former Hollywood animal trainer who now lives along Australia's Gold Coast. In this video, his cat Didga has a skateboarding adventure through the Australian town of Coolangatta, running into all kinds of obstacles — including a Rottweiler he hops right over. 

Table Tennis

Ping pong requires lightning-fast reflexes and ball-tracking skills — which makes it perfect for cats. Here's a compilation of great feline ping pong moments.


This one was passed on to us by a colleague: Marvin the cat was eager to show off his basement ball hockey skills.


Is yoga a sport? Probably not. But does Kodi the cat seem strangely into this yoga session? Yes indeed.


Ok, maybe they can't quite dribble, pass, post up or block, but these two cats nevertheless manage to get the ball through the makeshift hoop after a few failed attempts.


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