It's Monday, and, like Garfield, you hate Mondays. Also like Garfield, the only thing that can cheer you up on a Monday is either lasagna or a good laugh at the misfortune of others. We can't give you any lasagna, but we can give you the second thing, in the form of a six-second video featuring a tiny kitten that miscalculates the distance between the table it's standing on and a nearby railing.
Poor little guy. Poor, poor, hilarious little guy. But is that high-pitched noise at the end the sound of the camera-person laughing or the kitten's abbreviated cry of protest? The only way to know for sure is to watch it again. And probably again and again. Thank you, tiny kitten. Thank you for the lulz.
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