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Desc:Veterinarian hits ctrl-alt-del.
Category:Pets & Animals, Educational
Tags:cat, CATegory, advanced military pressure point technology
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charmlessman - 2011-07-11
Gotta wait for my girlfriend to be out of the room and try this on her cat.
La Loco - 2011-07-12
Can I has cat pause?

notascientist - 2011-07-11
Man, those things really pinch, and I think it is a myth that they can't feel back there.
Old_Zircon - 2011-07-11
Ehh, I don't think they're particularly uncomfortable at all (I used to stick them on my arms for fun when I was in grade school), although cats' sense of touch is a lot more sensitive than ours is.

dancingshadow - 2011-07-11
good job choosing your name.

Syd Midnight - 2011-07-15
"Not a scientist" is the caption

"Man, those things really pinch, and I think it is a myth that they can't feel back there" is the speech bubble

the rest of the picture I leave to your imagination

memedumpster - 2011-07-11
Two days before someone deactivates a cat and leaves it in the middle of an interstate and watches it get run over. One week until leaving deactivated cats around in random places for people to find becomes an Internet sensation. One month before someone deactivates a cat and leaves it in the middle of an interstate and records it getting run over. It will be the most disliked video on the Internet.
jangbones - 2011-07-11
yeah...my initial amusement at this was immediately tempered by awful thoughts of all the imitators

Old_Zircon - 2011-07-11
This isn't exactly new or secret.

fedex - 2011-07-11
have someone put a ratchet clamp on the back of your neck and see how YOU do
grimcity - 2011-07-11
Kitten Mode
SolRo - 2011-07-11
Exactly what it is, left over from when their mothers would have to carry them by the scruff of their necks.

longwinded - 2011-07-11
cats never really stop being kittens

kingofthenothing - 2011-07-11
I'll bet against it. It's only got 4 thousand views and most of the people are arguing about evolution or whatever.
Chizmurder - 2011-07-11
"But what if we block the nerve impulse by simply applying local pressure which can be done with any ordinary metal clamp just at the swelling on the posterior nerve roots... for oh say... 5 or 6 seconds.

As you can see all communication is shut off."
Raggamuffin - 2011-07-11
Hearts and kidneys are TINKER TOYS

MrBuddy - 2011-07-11
At least they reboot fast.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2011-07-11
Is there anyone with a cat who didn't already know this? I was doing this to our cats when I was four.
HotwaxNinjaPanther - 2011-07-12
I'm sure it's not a secret, but the hands-free clamp method is certainly new to some.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2011-07-12
True I never did that part of it, I just did it with my hand. Those clamps pinch like hell and I can't imagine it not being painful. :(

sticky52 - 2011-07-11
I am showing this to every dog.
hammsangwich - 2011-07-11
I do this to my (girlfriend's) cats just by grabbing their fat necks, I never really thought about shutting them off with a paper clip.
Toenails - 2011-07-12
I do this to my (girlfriend) just by grabbing her fat neck.

Urburos - 2011-07-12
Private video now.
Chalkdust - 2011-07-12
the secret method of cat deactivation is now locked away to all but the most privileged eyes
Zhou Fang - 2011-07-12

Xenagama Warrior Princess - 2011-07-12
F5 F5 F5!
garcet71283 - 2011-07-12
Problem is that if you do it wrong, you won't get a second chance.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-07-18
That is obviously a Cybercat. The off switch is hidden from us but now you know how to handle a Cybercat should it attack you.
cool water sandwich - 2011-09-29
I wonder how close this is to the Attack Mode switch?
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