I Can’t Stop Looking at This Dancing Cat .gif That Looks Just Like Christopher Walken

I Can't Stop Staring at This Dancing Cat .gif That Looks Just Like Christopher Walken (via Babble)I stumbled across this really weird .gif of a dancing cat. It’s freaking hypnotizing. I can’t. look. away. It’s like some kind of dancing cat .gif lava lamp or something.

Basically, when I look at the cat, all I can see is Christopher Walken in cat form. Specifically, Christopher Walken in the Fatboy Slim video “Weapon of Choice.”

Here’s the cat:

 

 

If Christopher Walken was a cat, he would totally dance like this (via Babble)

And here’s Christopher Walken:

Christopher Walken is a cat. (via Babble)

See what I mean?

Here’s the cat again:

If Christopher Walken was a cat, he would totally dance like this (via Babble)

Walken again:

Christopher Walken is a cat. (via Babble)

Cat:

If Christopher Walken was a cat, he would totally dance like this (via Babble)

Walken:

Christopher Walken is a dancing cat is Christopher Walken. (via Babble)

Cat:

If Christopher Walken was a cat, he would totally dance like this (via Babble)

Walken:

Christopher Walken is a cat. (via Babble)

Cat:

If Christopher Walken was a cat, he would totally dance like this (via Babble)

Aaaand you’re welcome.

Need more Walken? Here’s the Weapon of Choice video in its entirety:

http://youtu.be/sMZwZiU0kKs

 Bonus: while the music from the video is playing, scroll back up so it seems like the cat is dancing to the music. You’re welcome again.

 

(Image/.gif credits: YouTubeCheezburgerf**kyeahdancingPixieX/Tumblrkosmicwheel)

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