Shocking Video Evidence Proves Rise In Russian Cat Aggression

BuzzFeed - Latest 2015-07-13


A groundbreaking new report uses open source information to prove the existence of the furry Russian menace.

For eons, the Russian cat has been a noble emissary of goodwill — like when Vladimir Putin gave this cat to Japanese officials who named it "Mir," or Peace.

Recently, however, experts have noted a sharp uptick in Russian cat aggression. Eight cats have been quarantined in the last few weeks for attacking their owners in just one corner of Moscow, say veterinarians. That's an 800% increase from last year.

This report draws on open source information — mostly gained by searching "кот психанул" ("cat goes crazy") on YouTube — to provide incontrovertible evidence of the growing Russian cat menace.

Russia's cats pose the clearest threat to the European security order since the Cold War, even if you are wearing oven mittens.

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Max Seddon

Date tagged:

07/13/2015, 13:01

Date published:

07/13/2015, 12:41