Little Lynx Becomes a Sensation, Charms 7 Million with His Love for a Big Housecat


Humans have an undeniable affection for watching cat videos, and this particular one is a prime example of the type of content that captivates audiences. With over 7 million views, it’s clear that this video has struck a chord. So, what makes it so special?

In this heartwarming video, we see a young lynx attempting to bond with its feline “siblings.” Initially, the lynx tries to sniff its black-gray Maine Coon sibling, only to be rebuffed as the cat jumps away. Undeterred, the lynx demonstrates persistence and intelligence, understanding that a slow and steady approach is necessary.

Seizing a moment when the Maine Coon isn’t looking, the lynx sneaks up and manages to sniff its sibling’s rear, only for the startled cat to walk away again. The lynx, however, remains patient and continues its attempts to get closer. Eventually, the black-gray cat starts to reconsider and finally allows the lynx to approach for a mutual sniff.

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Despite these small victories, the black-gray cat remains somewhat aloof, walking away again. However, the lynx, determined to find affection, turns its attention to a white Maine Coon sibling. This white cat, however, is more interested in cuddling with their human companion.

The human in the video appears unfazed by the initial reluctance among the cats, confident that they will eventually get along. This patience pays off as, gradually, the black-gray cat begins to accept the lynx, even grooming it—a significant gesture in the cat world indicating dominance and acceptance.

The lynx’s persistence pays off further when the white cat also starts grooming it, a clear sign of acceptance and bonding. The human has adeptly captured these touching moments of interaction, showcasing the gradual formation of a family bond among the cats.

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Dr. Radha O’Meara, a Media Studies Lecturer at Massey University, provides insight into why cat videos are so beloved. She explains, “Cat videos are comparably much more popular and cats don’t seem to acknowledge the camera at all and just do whatever they like, they are oblivious to it. I think that’s really appealing to audiences who are so used to being under the gaze of the camera these days.” She adds that these videos allow us to imagine a world where we are not constantly observed, offering a glimpse into the lives of others without interference.

This concept, though somewhat paradoxical, resonates with many. The video of this lynx and its feline siblings perfectly illustrates why cat videos continue to enchant viewers worldwide. Watch this adorable lynx slowly win over its Maine Coon siblings in the video below!

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