They say that cats have nine lives, but one feline in a recent viral video appears to have an additional super power—she can travel through closed doors.
In footage posted to TikTok by Stlrgrl8717, a black and white cat can be seen squeezing under a door.
The pet, whose name is Holly, navigates the tight spot by going head first, then twisting her body from side to side as she shuffles on the carpet.
The manoeuvre is so impressive that it appears as though the cat has turned to liquid in order to get under the door.
Text overlaying the video, which was shared on May 30, reads: “Our cat, Holly, turns into a liquid cat and leaves the room underneath the door.”
Stlrgrl8717 has captioned the post, writing: “#catsoftiktok #liquidcat #wtf #fyp.”
The video has so far been viewed more than 29.7 million times and surpassed 5.7 million likes.
Many people flocked to the comments section to share their thoughts on the incredible footage.
TikTok user, Sadistic, joked: “There are actually five states of matter liquid, solid, gas, plasma and cat.”
Another person, Not Impersonating, exclaimed: “That cat did not just fit underneath that door!”
Justin Cider explained: “A cat can basically fit through anything as long as its head can fit.”
Stranger Things wrote: “That cat did what—so you’re telling me the cat can fit underneath a door?”
Uncle Seggs Franco commented: “For explanation: Cats skeletons are really thin and skinny that’s how they so easily climb stuff.”
Kt added: I wish my cat would figure out how to do this, so I don’t have to leave my bedroom door open every night.”
And in other news of cats performing impressive tasks, you may like this video of feline who has learned to laugh like its owner.
In the clip, which was shared to TikTok by Mason Glasco, known online as @maseplace, a ginger cat appears to be copying its owner by laughing in an eerily similar fashion.
The hilarious footage was posted on May 27, and has since been viewed more than 33.1 million times and garnered 10 million likes.
It begins with Glasco telling his followers: “Guys, I taught my cat to laugh. Okay ready? Hold on.” He then turns to the animal and asks: “Can I get a ‘ha ha’?”
Remarkably, the pet then opens its mouth and proceeds to mimics the exact sounds.
Glasco then does it again with different length laughs, which the cat again copies.
Newsweek has contacted Stlrgrl8717 for comment.