Family Cat Gives New Kitten Evil Look: 'Planning Mass Annihilation'

A family cat has left the internet in stitches after it was spotted giving evil looks to the new household kitten.

TikTok user herecomesthefloof shared the video, which can be viewed here, of the perplexed adult cat looking at the little kitten, which soon attracted 352,800 views since it was uploaded on Monday, June 6.

It's not a surprise that cat videos on TikTok and other social media platforms perform well as the U.S. is a country of feline lovers.

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 31.8 million homes across the U.S. in 2018 owned at least one cat.

The brief clip started with a shot of the precious kitten eating its food in an upstairs room of the house.

But, as the video continued, the camera panned up to reveal a ginger cat glaring at the kitten—seemingly unsure about how to deal with the new addition to the family.

A caption on the video summed up the situation perfectly and read: "POV [point of view]. You were the only cat for five years then they get a kitten."

The hilarious clip obviously resonated with people who liked the video some 74,500 times and commented on it on 570 occasions.

Many of those who commented shared their own experiences with their cats and teased that the adult feline was even plotting "mass annihilation."

One TikTok user said: "My cat did this but she literally gave birth to the kitten and still felt the need to fight him every day."

Another commenter added: "No one talks about how stressful it is to introduce an adult cat with a kitten."

A third person posted: "Your cat looks like they're planning mass annihilation."

But some commenters appeared concerned about the adult cat and hoped it would get along with the young kitten.

One said: "He looks so scared. Make sure you get the kitten's scent on him so he can get used to the kitten."

Newsweek has contacted herecomesthefloof for comment.

There have been numerous occasions where Newsweek has reported cases of cats going viral on TikTok.

One cat went viral after being able to tell when it would be feeding time by simply looking at a clock.

The short clip shows a white cat waiting on top of a counter and looking straight at a wall clock that shows it is nearly 7 p.m.

In the clip, the owner said that the cat's feeding time is exactly 7 p.m.

Since being uploaded on March 29, the TikTok post has been viewed some 2.1 million times and has accumulated more than 207,000 likes.

Stock image of an annoyed cat
Stock image of an annoyed cat. The cat has gone viral on social media. Getty