Child actors can really blow us away sometimes, and this kitty is going for "young Simba sees the wildebeest stampede" like a champion.
Anyway, Tenderpuss up there is a wildcat, which can be dangerous for children and pets. Sightings of wildcats in suburban areas are rather newsworthy, though "sightings" implies only a temporary appearance. Reporter Scott Madaus went out with a camera crew to talk to Hernando, Mississippi, residents about a local wildcat.
Just a Felis Domesticus, not a threat to our valiant reporter but certainly observing him and standing in silent judgment of his moral failings.
That's the cougar's "stand-in".— J Reed (@EarthlingJR) October 14, 2017
The star of the news bit is resting comfortably in his trailor....
waiting to be called to the set.
Love how the camera zoomed and just stayed on the cat for the whole segment for no good reason.— Eric Apricot (@EricApricot) October 13, 2017
The most impressive thing is the cat sitting there not moving during the promo. He knew he was on camera too. I guess we all want TV time.— #MrJackHamma (@RokkiLaVON) October 14, 2017
Omg, Scott the way that you turned around I surely thought the cougar was behind you.... Priceless— Danielle Miller (@Danielle901Mill) October 14, 2017
That looks like a photo of a cat caught up in the center of a sex scandal.— D'ericka Henrie (@Citizen_DH) October 14, 2017
Big cat Cougar morphs into tabby cat, hides in plain sight. 😉😆— RebeccaJ🔸 (@RebeccaJ6489) October 13, 2017
It's quick thinking that makes a professional, people.