Kitten and lizards. Let's just say that the lesson we learn today is that when you are poised in stalking mode, so intent on your foe, deep in total tunnel-vision, sometimes when you're an inexperienced kitten you lose sight of the big picture...
It is a perfectly fine conclusion, but I suspect you'll probably wish that this ran longer to see even more of how all this fully turns out. But...well, it's plenty enough.
Perhaps if one could put a balloon caption on the final image, it might be, "What'd I do??" Though linguists might write a treatise on the subject and give it a different overall title. But I don't want to give it away, to I'll post that below the video. So, for now, we'll live it with the final caption -- "What'd I do??"
Here's the addendum:
As I said, this video might serve as a multi-media illustration to go along with a research project by a linguists, titling the paper, "On the Derivation of the phrase, 'Scaredy Cat.'"
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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