Two professional engineers illustrate the proper care and practical benefits of cats. None of the cats, humans, or engineers were mistreated in the making of this film. They were however, slightly annoyed. T-shirts and other goodies available at:
“Art Critic” music is Mozart “Requiem, Rex Tremendae” and song on ending credits is called “Sparky’s New Bike” both from royalty free music website.


By earmpy

43 thoughts on “An Engineer's Guide to Cats”
  1. Just revisited this video this year. I remember when my late fiance and I watched this the first time. We both laughed so much and he made me replay it over and over lol. Ty for the memories. Part 2 is good too.

  2. We use corporal cuddles for our 3yr old. It works better than anything else.
    And as a professional musician, I've used cat yodeling in pieces before.
    Thank you for the help with our 5 cats and our toddler.

  3. Hey Paul, I've been watching your videos since I was seven, when my professional engineer dad showed it to me to make me laugh. I watched your videos over and over, and laughed my head off. I moved on, thinking myself too old, now in middle school, silly cat videos weren't for me anymore. Then, in May, our beloved family cat Cider died at 18 of a seizure. I cried, a lot. I remembered your videos, and re watched them all, and felt happy for the first time in a while. Now, we have two new kitties, Tillie and Dinah, and I'm once again watching your videos, and my worries about exams and pandemics are melting away. Thanks, for making timeless, happy, fun videos. You make me smile on very sad days, and your love for cats shines through the screen to all of us humans.

  4. Once again the Youtube algorithm pushes a 13 year old cat video at me that amazingly enough, I have not seen before. Thanks Guys, I really enjoyed this one and can relate to it.

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