Animal Experts Made This Road Safety Video For Cats To Watch So They Don't Get Hit By Cars
The video is narrated in meows.
A Japanese automobile company recently released a public service video out of concern for road safety.
However, the video wasn't created for elderly drivers or children who commute daily to school... It was made for cats.
FYI, this isn't just some lame video with a few cat images and sloppy editing skills.
With specific meows and music, the research team ensured that it contained the right elements to capture the kitties' attention.
For starters, all of the presenters in the video are either cats or human actors dressed in cat costumes
The cat audience were earnestly advised to be alert when they're out gallivanting the streets because pulling stunts like suddenly jumping out onto roads is dangerous
Although the video was created for cats, subtitles were included so humans can also better understand cat behaviour
For example, cats like the warmth and often sit on top of manhole covers commonly found in the middle of the road.
The video also explained how car horns and high-beam headlights can startle cats, which tends to make them too frightened to jump out of the way, NextShark reported.
Before launching the video, the team held a test screening at a cat cafe. Watch their reactions here: