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Question for cat owners out there: Why do cats suddenly run away and go to some place nobody could see? Have you tried confirming that odd but usual behavior?
Well, the truth is, they are just shy to show you their talents within. If you settle with the fact that cats can only demand for food, sit on the couch, shit on that sandbox, or watch insects and birds move from one place to another, you really have no idea of their full potential.
There's a viral album spreading like wildfire online, and as usual, it trended through the Twitterverse (Hail Twitter!). It features various cat images that were caught doing a gesture you could least expect--dancing ballet.
Alright, let's not think that deep. What's important is that cats can dance ballet. So, if you want to witness your cat's hidden talent, set up a surveillance camera, and have some peaceful investigation.
Moreover, if you aren't sure that the gestures you've seen are ballet, use the following images as reference.
Graceful releve! Mind repeating them for our visitors tomorrow?
Her performance on stage is proven safe for a ballet performance.
You have the choice to show that to Anna Pavlova, Misty Copeland, Darcey Busell, Paloma Herrera, Adabel Guerrero, or other living ballerinas out there; or ask to fight with Rey Mysterio, Batista, The Undertaker, John Cena, or any other wrestler you think you can surpass.
...with a touch of third position in the arms. I'm really having some creepy feels over this awesome cat. Now, I doubt its cat-ness. That's an extraterrestrial being, Oh no!
First position in the arms, with releve on the toes. You got me there.
This cat incorporates rat-scaring techniques to this special performance. Now, she's showing us the basics of cat multi-tasking.
It will never be surprising if one day, this cat goes featured in a Beyonce music video. Does she have the qualifications, Queen B?
This marks the 'x' spot of this production. The moment we all have been waiting for. The end. What a show! Applause, everyone.