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If you’re a cat lover like me, then you know that cats and mice go together like peanut butter and jelly. There’s just something about the chase and the thrill of the hunt that brings out the inner feline in our furry friends. That’s why I was so excited when I stumbled upon this new cat video on YouTube titled “High Pitch Wall Penetration, Mouse, Rat, Mice Ultra Sonic Repellent Sound 10 HOURS (WORKING!)”
This video features an ultra-sonic sound that is meant to repel mice, rats, and other small rodents. The sound is so high-pitched that it can penetrate walls and deter these pests from entering your home. But here’s the catch: the video explicitly warns viewers not to play this sound in a room where you have pets, dogs, and cats. It can potentially damage their ears!
Now, I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical about how entertaining watching ten hours of ultra-sonic sound could be. But as soon as I hit play, I was captivated. Watching the sound waves radiate from the speakers and imagining my own cats’ reaction to this unusual frequency was simply hilarious.
My cats were instantly on high alert, their ears perked up, and their eyes wide open, trying to locate the source of the sound. They started pawing at the screen, as if they could actually catch the invisible mice that only they could hear. It was pure entertainment, and it had me laughing for hours.
But here’s my advice: please don’t try this at home if you have pets. The video clearly states that it can harm their ears, and the last thing we want is to cause any harm to our beloved furry companions. That being said, if you’re looking for a good laugh and some quality cat entertainment, just know that this video delivers.
So grab a bowl of popcorn, gather your cats around the screen (at a safe distance, of course), and prepare for a hilarious and thrilling cat-vs-invisible-mouse showdown. You won’t be disappointed!
I’m a cat lover, videographer and creator of Cat-Videos.net, a blog sharing 15 years of experience and passion about cats. I’ve traveled the world photographing and filming cats and I’m committed to helping others with cat care. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.