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Cat saves Child: Hoax?

16 May 2014, 08:20
You've gotta love YouTube. First it was the eagle taking the baby in the park. It was brilliant, so realistic. This latest gummy of the cat saving the boy from the vicious dog, well I have my doubts again. I don't trust any utube videos since the eagle glube.

In this cat/dog one, the person starts videoing the child on his bike from the left of the vehicle. Then suddenly the same person is on the opposite side of the vehicle, filming the dog approaching and stalking.

Then all of a sardine the movie maker shoots again on the opposite side of the vehicle, and catches the dog charging around the corner of the car and grabbing the child. Amazing ho the cameraman moved so fat so fast, not?

Ok, so the cat attacks the dog, no arguments there. Quite funny. But I think the whole thing was a set up, cat and dog know each other well and have a wrong way round relationship.
Well thats my take, anyway. Now you can tear it to pieces. (Like the dog did to the little boy ... NOT)
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