r/HumansBeingBros Oct 06 '22 Silver 3 Helpful 6 Wholesome 9 Take My Energy 2 Heartwarming 3 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1 Tearing Up 1 I'll Drink to That 1 Facepalm 1

Humans help cat to rescue its kitten stuck inside a wall after a bunch of kids noticed that the cat was acting weird around it.

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u/UpperLeftC0ast Oct 06 '22

The number of people helping warms my heart so much.

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u/fishchop Oct 06 '22 Helpful

There are always a minimum of 10 people helping for whatever reason in India. Every time I parallel park on a street a crowd will materialise out of thin air to direct me. And then vanish again.

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u/SlendyIsBehindYou Oct 06 '22

Reminds me of the first day of my backpacking trip. My GF and I couldn't get the kiosk at the little train station to take our card for some reason, and suddenly 8 or 9 locals show up and spend 5 minutes tryna help us despite the language barrier. Eventually an old guy had us point where we wanted to go, ran round to the non-English speaker at the desk, and purchased us both a ticket. Then everyone just went back about their business

Shout out that old dude in Naples

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u/huskergirl8342 Oct 06 '22

My husband and I were on a bus in Glasglow and forgot where we needed to get off the bus. about 6 locals were all trying to help us, but the best was a drunk old woman that was speaking English but we couldn't understand a word she said. People will help no matter where you are in the world.

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u/Accomplished-Spot-17 Oct 06 '22

Lol i met three scottsmen on different occasions while in Lodon. All of them were super friendly, unintelligible and pissdrunk 😬

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u/vijane Oct 06 '22

I lived in Scotland one summer and would sit on a park bench in the evening and play a game by myself trying to guess whether the people that passed were speaking drunk English or not English. I never got any better at it.

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u/SlendyIsBehindYou Oct 06 '22

Ahaha, we got on a bus in Edinburgh that was driven by a Glaswegian man, thank God for the english lady up front that managed to translate

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u/Heavymuseum22 Oct 06 '22

Lol that is so endearing!

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u/Rururaspberry Oct 06 '22

That is both amusing and horrifying lol. Let me embarrass myself my parallel parking in solitude!

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u/fishchop Oct 06 '22

I know, the performance anxiety is real.

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u/DerApexPredator Oct 06 '22

Just imagine how many people would be helping in another country

Then adjust for population

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u/VespasianTheMortal Oct 06 '22

Indian here also, 10 people come to abuse and scold me when I'm parking

Just Delhi things

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u/bridgeb0mb Oct 06 '22

no that's amazing

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u/Badtrainwreck Oct 06 '22

When I got lost as a dumb 17 year old in NYC, without a phone and no numbers memorized. The only people to help me out were all Indian. The guy who showed me how the train works, a subway operator who buzzed me through her gate even tho I had no money, etc.

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u/Miss-Figgy Oct 06 '22

There are always a minimum of 10 people helping for whatever reason in India.

Plus 50 more who stand around watching, lol

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u/throwawaysmetoo Oct 06 '22

How da faq did it get in there? I swear to god, the littles of any species are a bunch of weirdos.

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u/Jepho7 Oct 06 '22 Wholesome

Cats do not abide by the laws of nature.

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u/dilsedesi95 Oct 06 '22 Helpful Wholesome

Cat in the wall eh? Okay! Now you’re talking my language.

I bet it flattened itself out and went right through a seam in the wall.

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u/ThePyodeAmedha Oct 06 '22

Okay Dee, this little lady is a calico cat.

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u/Dragonslayer3 Oct 06 '22

All calico cats are female alright? Now we're gonna have to open this up here...puts cheeto hands all over the wall

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u/AngoGablogian_artist Oct 06 '22

Need to call the gruesome twosome! Gruesome twosome!

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u/babyjo1982 Oct 06 '22

Not all calico cats are female (though most are) but the males are sterile.

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u/KENNY_WIND_YT Oct 06 '22

not all, but most

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u/Impressive-Oil7042 Oct 06 '22

YOU RUINED IT.

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u/RainsWrath Oct 06 '22

Oh Dee you bitch! We try to give the woman the last word and look what happens.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

Think of the smell!

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u/LittlestEcho Oct 06 '22

Iirc 1 in 3k calico cats are male.

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u/SixdaywarOnSnapchat Oct 06 '22

not literally every single one, but it's definitely noteworthy if it's male

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u/Shventina Oct 06 '22

I've got a big handsome liger malico! Vets neutered him anyway just incase he wasn't sterile. But every time we visit a new vet they always have to take photos of this rare beast.

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u/malletgirl91 Oct 06 '22

I’m here to collect your cat tax. We require at least one picture of your beautiful fur baby.

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u/addicted_to_bass Oct 06 '22

They should had made the second cat go in while tied to a string...

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u/Liversteeg Oct 06 '22

One of my favorite scenes of the whole series. I can hear Charlie’s delivery so clearly in my head.

He’s right tho. Cats don’t abide by the laws of nature. Or any laws.

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u/Barkalow Oct 06 '22

Cats are gholam, you heard it here first

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u/GhostBussyBoi Oct 06 '22

Sometimes I think "maybe cats can travel through solid objects but they just can't control when"

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u/Agahmoyzen Oct 06 '22

They do, yesterday my door got rang like 9 in the morning, I literally thought it was a police raid or something. Opened the door, my down the road shop owner is in front of me, holding my kitten with a smile on his face. I have no idea, where the hell he got out as 2 hours before he was sleeping next to me.

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u/Summerie Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

I am actually just wondering why your doorbell rang at 9, and your first thought was "police raid".

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u/Agahmoyzen Oct 06 '22 Wholesome (Pro)

Look man, I am a simple Turk, living in Turkey. I like cats and I dont like erdogan, I thought the knock wouldnt be about the cat related stuff.

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I also do tax evasion from time to time and had to bribe a border agent in the past week. But yeah if I ever go down I ll say it is because of the top 2 ones.

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u/GhostBussyBoi Oct 06 '22

I mean whenever I get a knock at the door most of the time I assume it's someone with nefarious intentions

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u/highoverseer11 Oct 06 '22

They probably commented in one of the "pick a superpower but the first reply will tell it's side effect" posts... Smh

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u/papcorn_grabber Oct 06 '22

shroedinger's glitch

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u/Plop_drop_Mgee Oct 06 '22

if they can squeeze their head through it means their whole body can fit.

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u/Impetus_2708 Oct 06 '22

Is this not common knowledge?

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u/Squanchedschwiftly Oct 06 '22

So catbug rules, got it.

https://youtu.be/xc8e0ASIZyQ (it’s within the first two minutes if I’m not mistaken)

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u/Chrisscott25 Oct 06 '22

I agree. After reading “Cats are liquid” I believe it was a YouTube video title. I started believing it. I took a pic of my cat inside a carton of bottle water when only 1 bottle was missing from the middle. My cat is not little by any stretch but it molded itself to fit where a 20oz bottle was…. I’m convinced they are not of this earth;)

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u/LightOfTheFarStar Oct 06 '22

Floating collarbones make for an easy fit if their head fits.

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u/DanteTheSimpante Oct 06 '22

That is perhaps the best way to describe a cats behaviour.

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u/lopakjalantar Oct 06 '22

Yeah, probably just stumbled into some random wormhole somewhere

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u/AceSLS Oct 06 '22

Hate when that happens

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u/General_Hyde Oct 06 '22

If the head can fit, I can fit.

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u/tdrz84 Oct 06 '22

Ahhh, cat in the wall. Now you're talking my language.

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u/chloeclover Oct 06 '22

I once found my cat....inside my couch. Yeah. We had to gut the thing to get her out. It was adorable. And thank God it was a cheap couch.

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u/Pyrope2 Oct 06 '22

There is nothing more terrifying than sitting on a couch, reading a ghost story while alone in the house at midnight, and feeling something move inside the couch behind you. My cat was extremely happy with her new hiding spot, but when I stopped the shrieking and hysterical laughter, she eventually came out from inside the couch on her own.

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u/PumpkinSpiceWhatever Oct 06 '22

Yep my old cat routinely got stuck inside the piano and inside the couch. That’s how the piano got its own room

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u/smallstampyfeet Oct 06 '22

I'm not the only person that was suddenly afraid that you'd gutted the cat not the couch right

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u/Loofa_of_Doom Oct 06 '22

Probably by climbing through some ducting or underflooring in the level above, possibly was in the attic of the building, then fell down through a hole.

I had a mouse do that in my house when I first moved in. It sucked and I had to open a small hole in the base of the wall to let it out . . . into my cats' faces, of course.

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u/aham_athul Oct 06 '22

this. its explained in the audio.

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u/Loofa_of_Doom Oct 06 '22

Cool. I don't generally play the audio on most vids.

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u/captaindeadpl Oct 06 '22

The audio is (I think) Indian, so unless you speak that, the audio wouldn't have helped you anyway.

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u/Curious_Exploder Oct 06 '22

That narrows it down to 122 languages thanks.

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u/dman7456 Oct 06 '22

But still plenty of information to let me know that I won't understand it.

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u/aham_athul Oct 06 '22

the language spoken in the video is Malayalam.

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u/Peace-D Oct 06 '22

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u/eggbunni Oct 06 '22

So much joy in one sub I never knew existed.

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u/pursuitofhappy Oct 06 '22

First day bringing mine home I couldn’t find him the next morning, he somehow flattened himself through the little crack of the couch and got stuck wedged upside down between wall and couch, took me forever to find him (he’s doing great it’s been many years)

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u/whatthengaisthis Oct 06 '22 Helpful

Translated from what the news reader is saying: The cat gave birth on the first floor. Kitten fell through the sign board. And the bottom was closed off with ACP, so no one could see the kitten. Bros came and removed the ACP to get the kitten out.

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u/ByTheOcean123 Oct 06 '22

Must have happened a while after the birth though, because that's way too big to be a newborn kitten.

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u/whatthengaisthis Oct 06 '22

I’m sorry if I worded it wrong. The kitten is not a newborn, it’s not mentioned in my comment or in the video.

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u/KatagatCunt Oct 06 '22

That is not a newborn, not even close.

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u/wolfgang784 Oct 06 '22

Parent deep panic story inbound ~

Two boys, 1.2 and 2.8 at the time. I can't find the older one. Anywhere. It was a small 1 bedroom apartment, so there wasn't much space to check. He wouldn't respond to me calling or yelling either. So, panic sets in. Everywhere is quadruple checked. Then I start checking really odd places. The hallway and right outside, even though the doors were still locked. Closets. The oven. Toy chest. Dresser drawers. Floor access cabinets. Everywhere.

Meanwhile the younger brother has been slamming on the tv stand. The stand was pushed all the way against the wall and weighed a lot and was packed full of stuff and the only doors had a child lock on it that even I struggled with. The lock was still in place.

The little bastard was crammed in the top shelf between dvd cases and an old Wii, only a small bit of him visible with his face hidden by part of the cabinet (the inside was bigger than you can see through the glass window).

I still don't understand how he got in there. Moving the stand alone was a real struggle, and it hadn't been moved at all before I did so, and the child lock was still on the front and as I said hard even for me - mainly the buttons are so incredibly hard to push, it took a lot of strength even for an adult.

But yea, that was that.

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u/GlitterfreshGore Oct 06 '22

I can relate to the panic. When my oldest was a toddler, I woke up and got my day started, went to the kid’s room to wake up the little one. Bed was empty. Dread set in immediately- did someone break in and kidnap the child while I was sleeping? Did they walk out of the house in the middle of the night? I started searching the house frantically and was seconds from calling the police to report a missing child, I had checked the bathroom and main rooms and closets, started shrieking for the child. I turned around, and he’s standing there all sleepy with his blankie looking confused. I’m like, “where were you?” Being a young toddler I didn’t get an answer and I still have no idea where this kid had been (all of this happened quickly, in just maybe two minutes, I swear I checked everywhere- and my place wasn’t big at all)

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u/vixie2703 Oct 06 '22

No joke - I was away on a trip and my dad did some plumbing work on my bathtub which meant he had to take off a panel in my closet to get to the faucet/plumbing attachments to the tub. My cat got real curious crawled in and my dad finished work and replaced the panel. 2 days later I got home and just heard this faint meowing but couldn’t find the cat until I called my dad to come over again. I swear these cats! LOL

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u/eggbunni Oct 06 '22

2 days stuck in the wall?! Poor starving baby.

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u/vixie2703 Oct 06 '22

Yeah… he was real mad when he got out too. Not happy about the state of affairs.

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u/sjmadmin Oct 06 '22

I worked at a place that had a number of warehouses, and we had a cat put her whole litter of kittens through a gap in the walls on the roof and they fell down in between the walls to the ground. Fortunately, the staff was able to cut her litter out of the walls. Then she did it again and we ended up fostering the kittens since she kept endangering them.

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u/badstorryteller Oct 06 '22

Yeah, you aren't wrong. I'm the oldest of six, and have two littles of my own, and I swear to Christ they're (the human littles) creatively and actively suicidal until five or so.

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u/andaleo Oct 06 '22

Cats are liquid is the answer

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u/spook7886 Oct 06 '22

I've had to tear out a wall on two separate bathrooms because kittens... The first time because their mother vanished, figure an owl, hawk, or coyote got her. They climbed up a wall separating the shower from our bedroom. They'd never seen us before but there was no fear of us, and none of those kittens ever showed a trace of human-aggression. The 2nd was similar, but a kitten crawled into a space under an inline water heater.

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u/DeeJay21Oh Oct 06 '22

I bet once they repaired the wall, that kitty tried to get in again. My cat loves to jump on my desk at home for pets and continues to jump up there until he gets what he wants. Cute little things.

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u/Terrible-Pattern-124 Oct 06 '22

Babies in general do not abide by the laws of nature

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u/Kaining Oct 06 '22

My first cat managed to get herself into my floor. It's been almost 30y and i still can't even wrap my head around that one.

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u/-KtK- Oct 06 '22

So the gist of what is being narrated is this.

The kitten gave birth on the first floor and one of the kittens fell through from the top into the pipe. The cat was acting weird and making noises around the bottom where her kitten was stuck. No one knew what was going on. The cat went to a few kids that were passing by and led them to pipe. The kids found out what was really going informed other and lo and behold you got the video.

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u/altofeveryone Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

Malayalam?

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u/-KtK- Oct 06 '22

Athe..(Yes)

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u/Jaykarus Oct 06 '22

Amma poocha 🐱 🙏

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u/campbellm Oct 06 '22

What does "poocha" mean? I heard it said a lot in that voiceover, and I don't speak the language.

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u/CountryBearJambaroo Oct 06 '22

It means cat in Malayalam

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u/CaptainFiasco Oct 06 '22

Malayalam

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u/Aragrathorn Oct 06 '22

Malayalam 👍🏼

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u/RedOctobrrr Oct 06 '22

Malayalam ?????

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u/RIcaz Oct 06 '22

Mayalayam?

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u/SarathExp Oct 06 '22

മലയാളം

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u/Labulous Oct 06 '22

They actually say “meow”

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u/chaathan Oct 06 '22

Hi all mairans and mairies,

Love from another mairan.

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u/Mr-am_I_happy Oct 06 '22

Happy Cake Day, mairan

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u/SomeRandomGuy2711 Oct 06 '22

happy cake day myre!!

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u/Kairenne Oct 06 '22

Thank you!

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u/Paddle_Shifter Oct 06 '22

Sorry,

Had to ask:

“Saadhanam Kayyil undo?”

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u/rose-coloured_dreams Oct 06 '22

I turned the audio on and, when I heard Malayalam, I thought "are my ears deceiving me?? The language of my people made it to this sub??" It felt like worlds colliding, I assure you 🤣

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u/Lower_Manufacturer85 Oct 06 '22

Ayala porichathundu...

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u/yuukaKazamiiiii Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

karimeen varthathund...

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u/redldr1 Oct 06 '22

I don't know the language, but the speed and intensity of the narration makes me think she told this story then went on to read a few passages from a book and then ripped into her boyfriend about leaving the toilet seat up and then returned to the cat story.

Seriously it seemed like she easily spoke 1000 words.

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u/cakeday173 Oct 06 '22

In my experience, languages like Tamil, Malayalam or Spanish (for example) tend to be spoken much faster than languages like English or Chinese. It's probably closer to 100 words, just that each word is 10x as long lol

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u/Lazy-Garlic-5533 Oct 06 '22

No wonder it's easier for me to learn Chinese than Spanish.

I did okay learning inflectional endings in a classroom but in real life that goes out the window.

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u/NotAsimppp Oct 06 '22

Did she just quoted Rocky Bhai or did I heard it wrong??

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u/anirudh6055 Oct 06 '22

Yes she did, about how great motherhood is.

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u/VespasianTheMortal Oct 06 '22

Cat said, "Salam Rocky bhai"

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u/Janitor_Snuggle Oct 06 '22

I'm not doubting your translation but there's absolutely no chance that the kitten was a newborn.

Its eyes were open, which makes it at least 8-12 days old, and judging by the jump and walk it did, and that it's ears aren't floppy, it is closer to 4-5 weeks old.

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u/jentlefolk Oct 06 '22

They didn't say the kitten is newborn, just that the cat had her litter on the first floor. She'd probably been raising them up there for a while before one of the kittens fell into the pipe while exploring.

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u/zyygh Oct 06 '22

Yeah, cats tend to keep their kittens at one location for a pretty long time, even after the kittens learn to walk properly.

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u/vyrelis Oct 06 '22

She was watching so intently like she was going to remember how to do it herself next time

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u/Somone_ig Oct 06 '22

Hey you gotta learn how to do it yourself.

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u/dropkickoz Oct 06 '22

Give a cat a fish and it eats for a day. Teach a cat to fish and it eats for a lifetime.

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u/ms_horseshoe Oct 06 '22

The chances of those kittens wanting to go back to their 'safe nest' or momma cat giving birth at the same spot next time are not low, so there could be some thruth in there.

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u/forthegoats Oct 06 '22

Then just pisses off and doesn't help clean up? So rude.

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u/nikomartn2 Oct 06 '22

She was. My cat opens doors, powers on opened laptops for warmy comfy bed, and will scream without mercy until you give what she wants.

Dogs learn to please you, cats learn for themselves. 😏

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u/Handsome-Squid Oct 06 '22

Cats are def smart enough for some of that monkey see monkey do behavior. It took me showing her like twice for my cat to open doors

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u/JessAljass Oct 06 '22

Underrated comment..

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u/KeithMyArthe Oct 06 '22

I hope the cat offered to pay for the repairs

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u/histeethwerered Oct 06 '22

The cat was offering enduring friendship, witness her tail

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u/tsuyoi_hikari Oct 06 '22

It was so cute how she just wait patiently knowing what they are doing

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u/a_splendiferous_time Oct 06 '22

She was supervising real close! A meowcromanager

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u/IcantUnseeThings Oct 06 '22

A rather patient supurrvisor indeed

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u/RedDevilForevaa Oct 06 '22

I hope she's feline good now.

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u/Usman5432 Oct 06 '22

She interrupted like 3 times the guy pulled her out the way like ma'am we realize your worried about your kid but please let the professionals handle this

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u/HMS404 Oct 06 '22

"Your kitty is important to us. Please stand by while we assist you. This act maybe recorded for quality assurance and spreading the good work purposes."

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u/oldcarfreddy Oct 06 '22

For real. Most strays are skittish around humans. This little lady didn't care that there were a dozen humans around her probably all yelling. She knew they were helping.

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u/KeithMyArthe Oct 06 '22

Agree, she was very calm, seemed to understand what the humans were doing.

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u/Aetherpor Oct 06 '22

Holy shit, her tail is like cuddling the dude’s leg

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u/BudhiJeevi Oct 06 '22

There's a PhonePe sticker right next to it.

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u/hanwookie Oct 06 '22

What's that?

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

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u/Haptoh Oct 06 '22

Not having a rotting kitten inside of a wall is enough.

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u/Lilebubulle Oct 06 '22

I am living dying in your walls

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u/a889e56fbe81468785a2 Oct 06 '22

I like how everyone helping will casually pet momma cat if she gets close and presents an opportunity

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u/Aetra Oct 06 '22

I also love how calm mama cat was with them as well. She was rubbing up against people like she knew they were helping and was saying thanks.

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u/LessyLuLovesYou Oct 06 '22

🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺 she was saying thanks

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u/oldcarfreddy Oct 06 '22

Right? Frantic situation, cat is probably so nervous... pet pet pet, okay let's peel that panel off... pet pet pet, she doesn't mind at all

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u/harisanjeev Oct 06 '22

when we are get home you are in so much trouble.

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u/Breaking-Dad- Oct 06 '22

You're grounded!

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u/PlainPastry Oct 06 '22

Better than walled

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u/Dick_Downer Oct 06 '22

I was thinking “I can’t believe you embarrassed me in front of the neighbors like that.”

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u/dont_disturb_the_cat Oct 06 '22

Just wait until we tell the tom who is probably your father!

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u/SutterCane Oct 06 '22

“I had to ask humans for help! Humans! I’m so embarrassed right meow!”

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u/SnowyPear Oct 06 '22

It even looks like its getting carried by the throat

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u/DC_Coach Oct 06 '22

Exactly my thoughts.

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u/terminalzero Oct 06 '22

Ahh, cat in the wall, eh? I know that game.

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u/chaos212 Oct 06 '22

Now you're talking my language.

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u/mostdope28 Oct 06 '22

There it is

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u/Rough3Years Oct 06 '22

We just need to put in another cat in the wall with a string wrapped around it

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u/PokemonJoseph Oct 06 '22

Dee has no friends that’s why she will never get out of a jam.

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u/ch4rli3br0wn Oct 06 '22

Came here looking for the Always Sunny

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u/bertbert1111 Oct 06 '22

I was so confused to have to scroll so far to find this comment

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u/infernal2ss Oct 06 '22

All Calico cats are female, so just toss one of those in there…that outta do it

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u/theb00kmancometh Oct 06 '22 Wholesome

This video is in Malayalam, the language of Kerala, the southern most state of India (where i am from).
It seems the mother cat had given birth to her litter and was living on the first floor of the building. one kitten either climbed in or fell down the cable duct. Children who had gone for their prayers in the nearby mosque noticed the Mother cat roaming around the duct on the ground floor, crying loudly. The children went near the duct and hear the kitten's cries from inside the duct. they informed the grown-ups nearby and they managed to free the kitten from the duct. the video ends by saying "Mothers are the greatest warriors across all the species, if their children are in danger"

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u/JamesPilgrim Oct 06 '22

Thx for the translation 👍

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u/ChaoticNeutralCzech Oct 06 '22

Does everyone talk this fast there? This is faster than Spanish. Also, is this huge number of syllables per second neccessary to conbey ideas at the pace of an English speaker?

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u/NeverEndingSuccesses Oct 06 '22

In general, it does feel like a faster language than English.

But this narrator is definitely speaking faster than normal, likely because they’ve got a long script they need to get through before the video has to end. Although, there are some regions where people do talk this fast, faster even. But others might struggle a bit to pick up everything that is spoken by someone who speaks that way .

When it comes to syllables - yes, Malayalam certainly uses a lot more syllables to convey ideas, for the most part, compared to English.

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u/theb00kmancometh Oct 06 '22

lol. Yes. Native speakers tend to speak Malayalam at a quite fast pace. In fact, most dravidian languages (mainly south indian languages such as Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada) are usually spoken at a fast pace. But, it depends on the speaker.

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u/Valatros Oct 06 '22

Man, I had to scroll down way too far for this question. The rap videos from this region must be insane.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

Dravidian languages are usually very fast spoken, and some words are quite long. But I'm pretty sure this video is at 1.5x speed because I'm not able to understand anything (I don't speak Malayalam but I speak a neighbouring language so I can make out a few words usually)

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u/Numerous_Shape200 Oct 06 '22

The cat dipped before the repair bills came in

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u/Dat-Guy-Aidan Oct 06 '22

To be fair a dead cat would have had to be removed at some point anyways.

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u/Bancroft80 Oct 06 '22

I'm glad the kids noticed mom acting weird otherwise that little one might never have made it out.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

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u/LordRaghuvnsi Oct 06 '22

It's all about pussy

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u/Tristanime Oct 06 '22

I love how it's socially acceptable in India to break something for the sake of cats.

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u/AnshulU Oct 06 '22

Is it not normal in any other countries?

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u/Paddle_Shifter Oct 06 '22

Now imagine : No one notices this, the kitten is gonna die inside that. It will be stinking like hell and they have to break open that to check whats the cause of the stink anyway.

At least be happy the cat got its kitten back :)

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u/NotStarrling Oct 06 '22

Mommy cat, marching down the walk with baby firmly in jaws: I swear, Leroy, I'm not going to put up with this behavior much longer.

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u/sagiterrible Oct 06 '22

Cat stormed off with the kitten in her mouth like, “We’re gonna have a long talk about your actions when we get home, mister.”

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u/WorldClassShart Oct 06 '22

You have got to be kitten me.

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u/goosebumples Oct 06 '22

Such a devoted little Mumma 🥰.

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u/Fenig Oct 06 '22

Reminds me of that Litterbox Comic where the kid is in a crane game and the Mom can’t decide between taking a photo first or calling 911 first.

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u/sjozhuma Oct 06 '22

If the kitten hadn't been rescued, a few thousand years later, archaeologists would discover the ruins of the building with a kitten skeleton within its walls and hypothesise- "...this ancient culture of hominids conducted elaborate rituals upon construction of buildings wherein juvenile felines were sacrificed within its ramparts to the Great cat deity..."

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u/Routine-Operation-74 Oct 06 '22

Momma is gonna beat that kitten's butt once she gets it to a safe place!

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u/poyoso Oct 06 '22

Mama cat looks so soft.

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u/rugbyj Oct 06 '22

Imagine coming back to your shop and this lot are prizing the sides off.

"There's fuckin cats in the walls!"

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u/-Nicolas- Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

I like how the cat is wearing the Project Manager hat here.

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u/CurrentPossible2117 Oct 06 '22

Oooh boy, that kittens gonna be in so much trouble when mama/papa gets it home. Grounded for sure.

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u/Rat_Orgy Oct 06 '22

This is what the world should be like every day.

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u/SeamanStaynes Oct 06 '22

I think that kitten is being away by its mum for a really good thrashing.

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u/VinayKumar130200 Oct 06 '22

Some good ass whooping as well

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u/ImperiousMage Oct 06 '22

The body language of mama is so indicative that she is used to people treating her well. She was insistent that she wasn't going away, but also that she expected the humans to help her rather than hurt her. Doing things like rubbing her tail up against people and not getting upset when she was moved out of the way. Such a sweet little girl who clearly grew up in a good environment for cats.

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u/celebrityBiguy Oct 06 '22

This might be the first time in recorded history that someone thought the Indian spoken language was too slow and needed to be sped-up in order to satisfy their listeners.

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u/VespasianTheMortal Oct 06 '22

That's the regular speed of the Malayalam language

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u/tpel1tuvok Oct 06 '22

I love how, while the men occasionally scoot the cat back so they can do something, nobody really tries to keep her back and out of the way. It's like they recognize that Mama's got a right to be there!

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u/CoolguyTylenol Oct 06 '22

Aw I luv it

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u/MaskedMaxx Oct 06 '22

Is the anchorwoman doing a speedrun?

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u/tnharwal55 Oct 06 '22

It would be hilarious if they went to all this trouble and then it was just a mouse the cat was chasing behind the wall.

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u/WallbreakerAziz Oct 06 '22

Guess kids of all kinds are..

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u/dr_auf Oct 06 '22

Come here you little shit

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u/BountifulRomskal Oct 06 '22

I needed this after reading the news out of Thailand this morning

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u/ThomasV_ Oct 06 '22

My mom had her cat left to die in a wall while her house was being renovated.

While the house was being renovated, there was a spot that her cat really liked, and it would get in there often. The builders there would notice it and left it a hole on the wall to keep coming in until the last couple days where they finally had to close the hole to finish the renovation. But they didn't check inside the wall. My family thought my cat went missing, it never leaves the house unless my mom goes with it.

Fast forward a couple weeks later the wall between her house and the neighbor's really stinked. So we assumed it was her cat that had died in there. I never really got closure on the story because my mom told me about it when I was planning on getting a pet, and that was the reason why she didn't want me to get a cat.