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Cats Play Tag, Everyone Wins

You're it, little kitten.

In the video above, this cat and kitten play a delightful game of tag, using what looks like a cushion as a buffer between them.

We don't know who's winning, but it doesn't even matter. Play on, kitties.

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BEFORE YOU GO

  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
  • Metal Cats by Alexandra Crockett / powerHouse Books
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