Beware of the Lynx on the Loose: A Comical and Dangerous Encounter Unveiled

Noah Silverbrook

Updated Tuesday, April 30, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stumble upon a wild animal unexpectedly? Well, a recent video circulating on social media has captured such an encounter, and it's both comical and potentially dangerous. The video, titled "KITTY!", shows a mischievous feline exploring cars in a parking lot, leaving viewers in awe and disbelief.

The transcript of the video reveals a playful conversation between the person behind the camera and the adventurous cat. "Ты куда залез? Папа не одобрит," exclaims the person, questioning the cat's decision to climb on the cars. The cat, playfully named Мурселька, responds with affectionate meows, signifying its rebellious nature. "Ах ты хулиганка. Хулиганка. Хулиганка такая," the person affectionately scolds the cat.

As the video continues, the comments from viewers provide a glimpse into their reactions and thoughts. One user humorously remarks, "This is a very real and possible way that I might die someday." Another user adds, "That's a very bad idea I would definitely also have," highlighting the potential dangers of encountering a wild lynx.

Interestingly, the comment section also features various references to the Lynx car model, with users jokingly mentioning the Mercury Lynx and the shape of the lynx resembling a fren. "If not fren why shape like fren," one user playfully wonders. Another user hilariously suggests a creative excuse for being late to work, saying, "Sorry boss, I can't make it into work, I got a lynx on my car."

However, amidst the lighthearted banter, concerns about safety arise. One comment mentions the video being found on a mangled corpse the next day, adding a touch of dark humor. Another user compares the adventurous feline to the infamous song "Soft Kitty" from the television show "The Big Bang Theory," playfully renaming it as "rather large ball of death."

The video also sparks discussions about different perceptions of wild animals. Some users express their jealousy towards the person filming the lynx encounter, while others share their personal experiences with larger feline species, emphasizing the need for caution when approaching them.

Unsurprisingly, the comment section takes a humorous turn, with references to Russian President Vladimir Putin and his alleged pet, former US President Donald Trump. One user quips, "Russians and their weird pets. Like Putin and his pet Trump."

Concluding the comments section is a story from a user who playfully recounts how they lost their hand while attempting to pet a similar wild cat. Their light-hearted tone suggests that the experience was worth it in the end.

Overall, the video titled "KITTY!" offers viewers a comical and captivating glimpse into an unexpected encounter with a lynx in a parking lot. While the video showcases the playful nature of the feline, it also serves as a reminder to approach wild animals with caution and respect their natural habitats. So, the next time you come across a mischievous cat exploring cars, remember to keep a safe distance and enjoy the moment from afar.

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Top Comments from Imgur


This is a very real and possible way that I might die someday.


That's a very bad idea I would definitely also have


Mercury Lynx


If not fren why shape like fren


"sorry boss, I can't make it into work, I got a lynx on my car"


This video was found on a mangled corpse the next day


Soft kitty..... warm kitty..... rather large ball of death....




Russians and their weird pets. Like Putin and his pet Trump.


Cheetah and smaller I'm willing to pet. Anything bigger than a cheetah is "no thank you, I'll watch from over here" territory. Our favorite zoo and tiger rescue (Omaha) has back-stage tours for donors. Walking through a field with 5-acre cages on either side of you, knowing you're being stalked by two very fast, very deadly animals bigger than you, turning and not seeing them right away (or seeing one then being surprised by the other) is something.

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