Yesterday Boomer was an ordinary BengalÂ cat. Today he is a star of a YouTube video having 2.2 million views in total.
Boomerâs owner Robert, who describes himself as a “professional animal trainer and cat whispererâ, decided to find out what reaction a cat can cause on a dog show. Are you thinking now about the possible chaos and mess, or even a ruined show? We must gladden you (or maybe disappoint someone)!
Boomer behaved so confidently that dogs mostly greeted him peacefully andÂ with curiosity. If he faced some opposition from puppies, he quickly put them in hisÂ place with a judiciously deployed paw.
Robert explains how he managed to bring up such a brave cat: “It’s all about gathering information, first from the owners of the dog, then from the dogs body language. It also greatly helps having a confident cat who grew up with dogs.â
Robert describes Bengal cats: âAlthough they are amazingly beautiful, they are not for everyone, 1st they are not lap cats & generally don’t like to be held, as kittens they are extremely mischievous and a lot of time everyday has to be put in to exercise this breed.”
He adds: “They are also escape artists and they are known to meow louder and more frequently than most breeds. I have a Bengal for professional purposes, after all I have over 34 years as a professional animal trainer. Many of the cat tricks or other behaviours you see in my videos I spent many hours, days, and months perfecting, don’t try this at home.â
It is hard to deny that cats step by step set new records of popularity in the Internet. Rory is one more little fluffy miracle that lightens the mood of thousands of people all over the world. The catâs Instagram and Facebook feeds contain loads ofÂ pictures of the âdashboard companionâ hard at rest in her ownerâs car.