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Cat in blender

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Cat in blender is a video clip that went popular on Twitter in May 2023. It showed a cat being killed in a running blender. Later, it became popular on TikTok as well.[1] The video started traumatizing internet users, and anger started spreading on the internet. Investigation by internet users revealed that the writing on the blender was in Chinese, and later a Chinese food blogger was alleged to be the person behind this video.[2] The food blogger was arrested later, according to unverified sources. Chinese animal abuse groups later threatened to kill more cats by putting them in blenders, going live online, following the news of the arrest.[3]

In 2019, another popular video on Snapchat that was filmed in France showed some people putting a cat in a microwave and burning it alive.[4] The people in the video were heard saying, "Think I'm going to hell," which left internet users traumatized. Twitter was criticized for showing this video in its search recommendations despite its strict content moderation policy. The incident happened after Elon Mask's Twitter takeover and mass layoffs, which affected the content moderation and trust and safety operations of the site.[5] Twitter disabled autocomplete search suggestions after facing a series of criticisms over suggesting videos featuring animal cruelty, mass shooting and homicide videos.[6][7]


  1. "Graphic viral video of cat in a blender should be reported immediately if seen". HITC. 2023-05-05. Retrieved 2023-06-12.
  2. Das, Amrita (2023-05-09). ""Wasn't the guy from China?": Video of cat blender guy getting jumped debunked as footage goes viral". Retrieved 2023-06-12.
  3. Anbuselvan, Sandip Kishan (May 8, 2023). "Chinese animal abusers threaten to put more cats in blenders after original culprit's arrest". Retrieved June 12, 2023.
  4. Coyle, Matt (2019-12-19). "Sickening moment vile yobs put cat in microwave and switch it on". The Sun. Retrieved 2023-06-12.
  5. Reilly, Patrick (2023-05-12). "Animal abuse videos go viral on Twitter, raising concerns". Retrieved 2023-06-12.
  6. "Cat and dog torture videos litter Twitter, adding to concerns about moderation". NBC News. 2023-05-12. Retrieved 2023-06-12.
  7. Gault, Matthew (2023-05-11). "Twitter Disables Autocomplete After It Recommends Animal Torture and Mass Shooting Videos". Vice. Retrieved 2023-06-12.

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