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Cat Upstages Reporter On Live TV, And Twitter Can't Breathe

By Chet Dawson

First of all, this article will be tough to write because the photo I found for the banner is the second most captivating picture of a kittycat I've ever seen. It's seriously so freaking cute we can't contain it.

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.

Without the clear and present danger of an actual wildcat, Madaus was forced to make do: