Yes, it's most likely the pooor cat doesn't know what the big thing infront of it is (the camera) and so the person filming it then thrusting it towards it doesn't really make it happy, so it attacks the camera to make it go away. The hissing is a sign of fear or anger, in the case, probably a bit of both. It's ears are pinned back at it looks like its hairs of standing up, so it's most lilkely scared. In my opinion, the person who filmed this was pretty cruel to make the cat this scared.
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IFEMaster From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (7 years 8 months 4 weeks 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 1237 times:
Yes, this cat is scared out of it's wits and frankly whoever was filming deserves to have a scratch or two to the eyes. You can tell that the cat is scared by the fact that it's ears are back, almost flat in fact, and the hair on it's back and upper tail is raised.
I'll never understand the concept of scaring an animal for "fun" or "amusement".
Cats don't really like having cameras shoved in their faces. Plus, if a cat growls, it is angry and trying to defend itself, people should move. If a cat hisses, then it's really angry and feeling very threatened, the videographer should get out of there fast if he still wants to see.
And btw, shouldn't that be classes as animal cruelty?
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