It is common knowledge that cats can be very idiosyncratic. Dr. Jerzy Targalski, a Polish historian and political scientist, was able to experience this firsthand. In a TV interview for the Dutch broadcaster Nieuwsuur, he was supposed to talk about the current political tensions in Poland in his study. However, his cat Lisio wanted to get involved.
The velvet paw climbed onto the scientist's shoulders. Dr. Jerzy Targalski was not impressed by the cat - not even when Lisio repeatedly slapped his face in the face or licked his ear. Obviously no reason for the man to cancel the interview. The political scientist kept a straight face and continued talking steadfastly.
A reporter from "Nieuwsuur" showed the excerpt on Twitter. By the way, cat Lisio is already known in Poland. The velvet paw has often appeared on TV with its owner. Now the Stubentiger should have made international headlines.
Headstrong fur noses: do cats have free will?
Few cats listen to their names or other commands. The cat education is ...