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“I Put a Tiny Camera on My Cat for 24 Hours”

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Half-Asleep Chris, a British stop-motion storyteller and vlogger, attached a tiny camera on his cat’s collar for 24 hours in the hopes of revealing the cat’s secret life.

What does young Ralph do in the house all day? How does he get along with Bella, the other cat in the house?

Well, that answers that. All of the other mysteries will be revealed, too. And while this is a promotional video for the camera, it’s such a charming sponsored vid that it’s very worth watching.

The best part: Chris plans to make a few changes for Ralph based on watching the footage from the cat’s perspective. See those ideas at the very end of the video. It includes some sweet stop-motion intertitles, too.

Follow Half-Asleep Chris on YouTube and Instagram.

Then watch these related cat videos:
What do cats do all day?
Why do cats meow?
• How Jun trained his cats to shake hands and ride a bike
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“Sunflower Cat Window” – Eight cats in a time lapse sunbeam

Bonus: More animal cams.

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