I believe the following video clip could be depicting of one of three things. It could be a sweet, silly little exchange between a rascally cat and his owner. Or it could be proof that cats are born thieves and will steal your breath as you sleep as soon as it will steal your Panera bread roll.
Or – stay with me here – it might be about an evil man who is setting a trap for a poor, starving cat who is only trying to secure a humble crust of bread to feed its family. And once he’s caught, he will be be thrown into prison, have his name taken away from him and assigned a number instead (so long Mr. Mittens, you are now 90201). He’ll be released on parole and caught trying to steal again, this time by a kindly old fisherman (the loot this time: imported tuna he planned to sell on the black market). But the cat is given a second chance and set free. He is so moved by the fisherman’s generosity, he vows to be a good boy from there on out, doing good works with his tuna money, and eventually becoming the mayor of Cat Town, a hard job given it’s populated by consumptive strays.
Sadly, we only have this short clip of evidence to go by. Is Mr. Mittens a playful scamp, a soul-sucking monster, or a feline hero? You be the judge!