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While the kitten relieves his itch, the mischievous cat slowly sticks his head around before he sees himself in the mirror

Adorable ginger kitten is stunned by his own reflection in the mirror

  • Hilarious images show how the startled cat is shocked by his own reflection
  • Filmed in Nanjing City, China, the cat jumps back in fear after seeing itself
  • Funny reactions follow when the kitten gets a grip on what it sees in the mirror
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They say curiosity has killed the cat, but that didn't stop this cute ginger cat from inspecting itself in the mirror – and getting a huge fright.

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These hilarious images show how the startled Tabby cat is shocked by his own reflection in the mirror.

In the clip, the kitten reacts anxiously when it catches a glimpse of itself in Nanjing City, China.

In a fraction of a second the cat suddenly jumps backwards before it glides over the shop floor.

The video is opened with the kitten on the floor at the corner of the mirror.

The cat – apparently lost in his own thoughts – scratches himself with his hind leg.

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While the kitten relieves his itch, the mischievous cat slowly sticks his head around before he sees himself in the mirror

In a fraction of a second the cat suddenly jumps backwards before it glides over the shop floor

In a fraction of a second the cat suddenly jumps backwards before it glides over the shop floor

In a fraction of a second the cat suddenly jumps backwards before it glides over the shop floor

While the kitten relieves his itch, the mischievous cat slowly sticks his head around before he sees himself in the mirror.

The ginger tabby immediately jumps back surprised before sliding back in the direction of the mirror.

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He squats low and shifts sideways in a crab-like manner in front of the mirror – without ever braking.

The ginger tabby immediately jumps back surprised before sliding back in the direction of the mirror

The ginger tabby immediately jumps back surprised before sliding back in the direction of the mirror

He squats low and shifts sideways in a crab-like manner in front of the mirror - without ever braking

He squats low and shifts sideways in a crab-like manner in front of the mirror - without ever braking

He squats low and shifts sideways in a crab-like manner in front of the mirror – without ever braking

The video ends with the Tabby which keeps checking itself before a slow-mo response is shown.

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Orange Tabby cats are known as a very affectionate and extroverted breed.

They usually have one of four different coat types: classic (vertebrate), mackerel (striped), spotted and ticked (agouti).

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