Every cat lover understands that each cat has its unique personality. Some cats are laid-back, always ready for endless cuddles, while others are full of energy and need to burn it off regularly.
These sudden bursts of activity in cats are often referred to as “zoomies,” and I’m sure every cat parent is well-acquainted with them.
Zoomies can strike any cat and usually happen during the night, although they can occur at any time and any place.
Now that you’re familiar with zoomies, have you heard of “drive-by zoomies”?
If not, it’s time to discover them. You can witness these entertaining zoomies in a TikTok video posted by @catnamedpawl.
In this hilarious clip, a cat named Pawl darts up to his human in a moment of feline ferocity, playfully attacks his leg, and then dashes away like a furry bolt of lightning.
Pawl’s burst of energy brought laughter to everyone, especially when he sweetly, but quickly, nibbled his owner’s leg.
While these types of zoomies can be a bit bothersome, especially if you have multiple cats, and they strike around 3 a.m. (trust me, I know), they’re more often hilarious, just like this video here.
Zoomies are entirely normal behavior for cats, and there are various types of them. Typically, it’s their way of showing affection or releasing pent-up energy.
However, zoomies can also indicate that your cat needs more mental and physical stimulation.
So, remember to keep your cat active and engage in play. It’s a win-win situation because playing with your cat is not only enjoyable for you but also strengthens your bond.
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