Meanwhile… Do Cats Know Their Names?

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Published on April 17, 2019

Meanwhile… researchers have concluded whether cats are aware of their given names.

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  • Mary Elizabeth 6 months ago

    How old is Charlie? Inquiring minds want to know.

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  • JTN AKL 6 months ago

    My pet cat Kitty (may he rest in peace) would respond to either Kitty or sometimes just the word Cat.

    My friend has a cat also named Kitty but that wasn’t originally her name. I think she originally had a different name but their cat would only respond to Kitty so they stuck with that.

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  • proscribed obvious 6 months ago

    Seems like that brexit made Stephen obnoxious.

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  • Mondo Shredder 6 months ago

    $29,000 worth of porn? Musta had some classic old Playboys and Penthouses in there, plus, of course, those vintage “action sex figures”.

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  • Scott Barnett 6 months ago

    I said my cat’s name after watching this. He kept licking his leg. but, when he was done licking his leg, he came and sat on my lap, so cats understand their names, they just have to finish what they were doing before you so rudely interrupted them, people.

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  • Sofia Klimov 6 months ago

    that russian candy thing is not secret.. we knew..

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  • Wolfgang Nigl 6 months ago

    Mine thinks it’s name is Katze (cat).

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  • Ben Browning 6 months ago

    Is Jon Batiste tone deaf? I think I finally figured it out

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  • Slav Kovalsky 6 months ago

    Now thish takesh me back…

    It was not a secret – Hematogen was actually widely known and even “advertised” (not that there were too many ads out there in the bad old USSR) to contain cow blood. It tasted sort of like North American fudge… so I guess the “full of blood” and “good for your health” advertising didn’t have too much truth in it after all. Not that the Hematogen bars had any chocolate in them either. Now that I think about it, it was probably just well-cooked grease and sugar.

    I still stay up all night… but the fangs have retracted.

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  • Eric Burkheimer 6 months ago

    Actually, I could have sworn there was already a liquid-solid state of matter.

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  • megatunnage1 6 months ago

    The moment Stephen quoted Cavallari’s comment about Jay Cutler “sucking harder than he’s ever sucked,” I too immediately thought, “Damn, even when he’s retired, Cutler keeps on sucking.”

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  • anavinavina 6 months ago

    “SECRETLY contains cow blood”
    There is no secret. Everybody knows.

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  • Stephen Ward 6 months ago

    I’m surprised this segment wasn’t redacted.

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  • Eric Burkheimer 6 months ago

    You think blood in candy is gross. In Finland, they make make ice cream with cow’s blood.

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  • anttslaughter 6 months ago

    Meanwhile

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  • Jim's videos 6 months ago

    4:53 Well I was going to have a bowl of cereal for breakfast but now I think I’ll just have a cup of bleach and hope I can get that out of my head.

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  • zizinnnn 6 months ago

    A SAUSAGE OF NEWS, Jesus, Stephen

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  • Tucker Bowen 6 months ago

    Fun Fact: DC Comics character Eel O’Brien a.k.a Plastic Man also exists in a state neither entirely solid nor entirely liquid

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  • Victoria V 6 months ago

    What? No, we always *thought* that hematogen so good for health because it contains blood. But it really doesn’t.

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  • Joonas Kaal 6 months ago

    cow’s blood in Hematogen has never been a secret around here. (eastern europe) we still have it here and it’s pretty tasty. kinda like toffee but less sweet. they sell it in pharmacies as well

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