Brooke N.: Cats are sensitive to vibrations. Their whiskers and eyebrows are sensory organs for that. He keeps looking like he thinks something went past him.
Rayn: Indeed. Even the vibration of bass from a powerful speaker might confuse a feline into some of the behaviors we see in this video. But, I can’t help but to keep watching that part around 1:10, where the kitten was standing in front the speaker, facing it, while looking back at the surface of the table, near its edge. Then, he suddenly spun around, ran over, and attacked the spot he was just looking at. Once he imagined he that he “caught” whatever was there, he proceeded to sniff it multiple times, then even tracked it a bit more, before moving on to chasing more invisible things. Very strange! I wish the video was a high-res one, so I could really study it good!
(documentary written & directed by Paul Elston, originally airing on BBC in 1998)
My Commentary: IBM is not the only traitorous culprit guilty of collaboration with the Nazis! Bankers in Allied nations worked hand-in-hand with the Third Reich before and during WWII, and banksters working at the Bank of England not only secretly financed Hitler with loans while Europe was being invaded, and England was being bombed, but they also leaked valuable intelligence to the Third Reich, directly resulting in the deaths of Allied forces! Besides this, while the US was still at peace with Germany, American-owned Chase Bank in Paris eagerly collaborated with the Nazis and took measures to seize the bank accounts and assets of their Jewish customers!