TV Commentator’s Cat Climbs Onto His Head During Interview

12 July, 2018, 09:41 | Author: Myra Gill
  • This famous BBC interview has a feline sequel

His cat, Lisio, decided it wanted Targalski's attention, too, and some airtime while it was at it.

It's a universally acknowledged truth that cats have no regard for personal space.

"Jerzy Targlaski remained completely unruffled during our interview when this happened", Bouma wrote with the video, which has been viewed on Twitter more than 300,000 times since it was posted on July 7.

Political scientist Jerzy Targlaski was chatting about Poland's Supreme Court for a Dutch news program called Nieuwsuur when his attention-seeking cat Lisio crawled up him and began roaming around on his shoulders. Amazingly, Targalski was unfazed by his cat, even moving Lisio's tail out of his way when it covered his eyes.


Targlaski's interview was pre-taped, so the whole feline fiasco was not actually seen on TV.

Dr Targalski was speaking on a Dutch current affairs show, when his ginger cat Lisio hopped on his shoulder.

The news is very bad, but this cat is very good.

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