Here we bring you Tom and Jerry in real life
Nobody had thought of a live action, far from it. But the characters of the famous series created in 1940, Tom and Jerry, were captured in real life. In china, a cat and a mouse seem to have struck up a beautiful and unlikely friendship, as shown in the video.
In the video you can see a cat and a mouse sharing and playing tenderly. When everyone thought that the cat would serve the mouse for dinner, the two began to caress and snuggle. With this video, internet users were quick to compare the scene to the Tom and Jerry series, created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.
It must be remembered that in this series a cat tried in each chapter, in a frustrated way, to eat the mouse. However, neither of them could live without the other. So they ended up developing a love-hate relationship.
At the beginning of the video, the black and white cat begins to chase the mouse, which was wandering down the street. But after a while, it seems that he gives up and approaches the little mouse in a friendly way. Who surprisingly hides under the cat’s belly. Some internet users joked that they got along ‘even better’ than the protagonists of the series. While others characterized this moment as ‘true love’.
As reported by the Clinical Animal Behavior advisor, Caroline Clark, it is all about a survival instinct. “From the beginning of the video, we soon see the mouse freeze, stay still. This is a reaction to fear. But it is also a strategy used by many animals. To try to stop the persecution in the hope that the attacker will leave them alone,” said the expert. For Caroline Clark, “The fact that he runs under the cat’s belly, without realizing it. It’s more because he’s in shock, disoriented, and therefore not thinking rationally.”
Below you can see the video where you can see how these two animals act, which in the end ended up being friends:
Share with your friends and family this video where these two animals become good friends. So that they see that cats and mice don’t always have to get along badly.