All child development experts agree: it's never too early to encourage your baby to laugh at amusing cat antics. After all, it'll prepare them for all those long and fruitful hours spent watching funny animal videos on YouTube in later life.
And as you can see, the baby in this video is getting a head start in the Ancient Art of Laughing and Pointing at Cats.
Of course, there's always the risk the kid will burn out too quickly and grow prematurely tired of giggling at cats.
Think you could be suffering from cute cat burnout? Don't panic! We've got an entire video slideshow of dancing animals and birds - and there's not one cat among them...
Night At The Aviary
Doug and Steve Butabi in bird form.
Dancing Panda Grinds To "Bed Intruder Song"
The only thing that could have made this dancing (scratching?) Panda any more adorable was the addition of a Gregory Brothers jam.
Lauryn Hill would be proud.
Snowball Loves The Backstreet Boys
Watch this cockatoo impress with the help of a little BSB.
Bear Caught On Tape Grinding With A Tree
So this is what bears do in the middle of the woods when no one's around, huh?
This parrot knows how to swoon.
Amazing Merengue-Dancing Dog!
This dog can do the Merengue better than most humans can walk!
Rookie & Carolyn Scott
Before the Merengue dancing dog, there was Rookie & Carolyn.
A very metal cockatoo.
Breakin' it down right in the middle of the road.