Let meow-ta here! Man spends 12 days building his cat a cardboard maze with three feet high walls to see how smart his moggy really is
- The Belarusian YouTuber has 450K subscribers and posts videos of his cat Pusic
- He spent 32 hours over 12 days creating the heartwarming three minute video
- The owner releases Pusic and two cameras follow feline as he makes his way out
Cats are known for being intelligent creatures, with memories 200 times better than that of their canine counterparts.
And one owner decided to put his pet moggy to the test – by building a complex cardboard maze in his home.
Belarusian YouTuber CatPusic has nearly 450,000 subscribers and posts heartwarming and adorable videos of his cat, Pusic.
Pusic – a black and white domestic short hair cat – was tested by his owner’s makeshift maze
He spent 32 hours making the three minute video. Over 12 days he ordered the materials, planned and constructed the labyrinth and filmed the cat’s valiant escape.
Posting the video to YouTube, CatPusic said: ‘The entrance is blocked. The walls are one meter high. No way to find a loophole or a trapdoor.
‘The only one way to escape is to find the exit. Will the cat be able to manage? Thank you for watching!’
Pusic’s owners, a young Belarusian couple, found him abandoned in a box as a kitten. Pictured: The pair work on the cardboard labyrinth
The couple put the final touches to the cat maze, which they test out in the amusing video
In the amusing video he releases Pusic into the labyrinth and two cameras follow the feline as he makes his way out – one from above and one strapped to his head.
Social media user had differing opinions on the video, with some saying it was cruel. But most found the clip amusing and enjoyed the cat’s methodical approach to escaping his cardboard arena.
One remarked: ‘He didn’t even get a treat!’
Another added: ‘All mazes are paths if you don’t care where you’re going.’
Success! Pusic squeezes from the maze exit after beating the challenge in an impressive time