Of course I will share this footage with our readers, but before I do, let's spin the Randometer and ask him to share with us a couple examples of rare, amazing stuff being caught on film. Hit it, Randometer!
But believe it or not, Blog, with my handy camera, ICU, I managed to achieve something far more amazing than either of these. It's actual video of...wait for it...Cody hiccuping.
I know, right? This is HUGE. There are people out there who aren't even aware that cats can hiccup, and now we have proof.
I never thought I'd see this day. It's not that it's unusual for Cody to get the hiccups, that happens all the time. Even though, oddly, he never laughs. The problem is, his hics never last long, and by the time I've grabbed ICU and switched him to his video function, they are always over. I have no idea what Cody does to cure his hiccups so effectively. He doesn't get the other cats to scare him, or drink out of the wrong side of his water dish. But regardless of that mystery, the point is: on this video, you can see (and hear) two of his petite little hics, one at 1 second and another at 11 seconds. Enjoy!
I don't know, Blog...a Pulitzer maybe? An Oscar for best Short Documentary? Really, Really Short?