These three little kittens in Texas are fostered by cat lover Ashley Ward. She recently bought a $2 toy wrestling ring and thought it would be fun to see what happens when she put the kittens in it.
Ashley captured a video, uploaded it to Facebook, and it quickly went viral.
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With more than 330,000 views on Facebook, another 300,000 on Twitter and 1.5k comments on Reddit, the cute kitty wrestling video has even won fans in the online wrestling community.
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Everyone seems to agree it’s one of the best wrestling videos to hit the internet. One person posted: "I just saw a video of three kittens play fighting in a tiny wrestling ring. I would be way more interested in trying out wrestling if that's what it was."
Meanwhile, another commented: "No one's listening to the referee."
The film shows two of the cute kittens clawing and nibbling each other’s faces, while the ginger kitty watches and tries to get in on the action. Some fans of the video commented that Ashley should have an announcers table alongside the mini wrestling area.
Rascal, Teeny and Tiny
The kittens named Rascal, Teeny and Tiny grappled each other fiercely and sent one of them flying off the side. The cute little kitty cats were six weeks old when Ashley filmed their wrestling debut, but in our opinion, they were already wrestling like pros!
Posted by Ashley Ward on Sunday, August 4, 2019
Over 8 million views
Ashley posted that her felines were “exhausted from becoming the world’s cutest wrestlers overnight!” Over 8 million views in less than 48 hours. So crazy!”
Ashley is hoping to find good homes for the little felines she is fostering, saying, “Luckily [my partner] accepts the fact that I will always want to save the animals and lets me bring them home.”&