A Kitten and a Mirror

Pretty hilarious.

Here are 9 more videos of animals trying to figure out the animal they see in the mirror.

Your Thoughts?


In the comments, Hazzard writes:

The kitten is detecting agency in the mirror. It is experiencing the sensus felinitatus. Its intuition that the mirror contains a kitten is properly basic. Therefore, we can have a warranted belief that mirrors are inhabited by kittens. Yours truly, Alvin Plantinga.

The logic is irrefutable.

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