The original Ninja Cat viral video has earned an amazing 8+ million views and 19,000 comments on YouTube in only 4 months. It’s truly become an Internet sensation and was even featured in Andrew Bancroft’s Digg Reel podcast. In the clip, a cat stealthy manages to approach the camera apparently without moving. Honestly, it’s one of the best cat-related clips on YouTube.
UPDATE: Ninja Cat now has over 53+ million views on YouTube as of September 1, 2020.
Ridiculous Ninja Cat Fail Video
However, one of the byproducts of success is imitation. And unfortunately, the latest attempt to recreate the YouTube Internet sensation “Ninja Cat” resulted in the cat’s owner being attacked. The clip is appropriately titled “Ninja Cat Fail.” When you get owned by your own cat, is that considered reverse ownage? Here’s the failed Ninja Cat Fail video.
How To Download The Ninja Cat Videos
If you want to download the Ninja Cat or Ninja Cat Fail videos and convert them for your iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple TV, then check out this tutorial: How to Copy Videos Off YouTube.
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