Cat pushes owner’s elderly dog DOWN THE STAIRS in viral video

A cat got caught pushing its owner’s elderly dog down the stairs in a shocking…

A cat got caught pushing its owner’s elderly dog down the stairs in a shocking viral video, and now, the internet is divided over it.

A woman, who is believed to be based in the U.S. and goes by the username @Queefly online, captured the moment and posted it to TikTok, where viewers debated whether or not the feline shoved the dog on purpose.

In the clip, which got more than 29 million views, the TikToker’s 15-year-old Labrador Retriever, Bailey, could be seen struggling to get down the stairs.

Suddenly, her cat, Snickers, came up behind the canine and started biting and pawing at her leg. 

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A cat got caught pushing its owner’s elderly dog down the stairs in a shocking viral video, and now, the internet is divided over it

A woman, who goes by the username @Queefly online, captured the moment and posted it to TikTok, leaving people wondering whether or not the feline shoved the dog on purpose

A woman, who goes by the username @Queefly online, captured the moment and posted it to TikTok, leaving people wondering whether or not the feline shoved the dog on purpose

In the clip, the TikToker's 15-year-old Labrador Retriever, Bailey, could be seen struggling to get down the stairs. Suddenly, her cat, Snickers, came up behind her and began pawing her leg

In the clip, the TikToker’s 15-year-old Labrador Retriever, Bailey, could be seen struggling to get down the stairs. Suddenly, her cat, Snickers, came up behind her and began pawing her leg

The dog - who could be seen wearing an ace bandage around one of her legs - jumped forward trying to get out her way, only to slip and fall down the stairs

The dog – who could be seen wearing an ace bandage around one of her legs – jumped forward trying to get out her way, only to slip and fall down the stairs

The dog – who wore an ace bandage around one of her legs – jumped forward trying to get out her way, only to slip and fall down the stairs. 

‘My cat pushed my elderly dog down the stairs,’ she captioned the video. 

Thankfully, the woman confirmed that Bailey was doing okay after the incident.

‘Is she okay after the attempted assassination?’ someone asked in the comment section, to which she responded, ‘Yeah, she’s kickin’.’ 

In another video, the woman called her dog ‘very lumpy,’ but ‘indestructible,’ and said her cat was ‘sweet sometimes,’ but ‘too smart for his own good.’ 

The video caused a major debate between its viewers, with some slamming the cat for its actions, and others accusing the dog of being ‘dramatic.’

Thankfully, the woman confirmed that Bailey was doing okay after the incident

Thankfully, the woman confirmed that Bailey was doing okay after the incident

In another video, the woman called her dog 'very lumpy,' but 'indestructible,' and said her cat was 'sweet sometimes,' but 'too smart for his own good'

In another video, the woman called her dog ‘very lumpy,’ but ‘indestructible,’ and said her cat was ‘sweet sometimes,’ but ‘too smart for his own good’

‘Nah that dog definitely being dramatic,’ one person wrote.

Another added: ‘The cat was framed. There was no pushing.’ 

‘Ya’ll have never had an old dog. They can barely hold themselves up,’ someone else fired back. ‘That little push by the cat definitely set his whole balance off. Poor [girl].’

‘Why are you guys saying they’re overreacting?’ a different comment read. ‘He’s an old senior dog and may have weak bones, he’s too fragile to fall down the stairs.’ 

‘It literally looks like [the dog] did that on purpose to get the dog in trouble,’ one person joked. 

The video caused a major debate between its viewers, with some slamming the cat for its actions, and others accusing the dog of being 'dramatic'

The video caused a major debate between its viewers, with some slamming the cat for its actions, and others accusing the dog of being ‘dramatic’

‘Sorry but I would never forgive the cat,’ another user said.

Other messages read, ‘[The cat] said, “Let’s speed up the process,’ and, ‘Cat said, “Keep it moving granny.”‘ 

Despite the long-told rumor that cats and dogs don’t get along, in a 2018 survey taken by 748 homeowners from around the world, more than 80 per cent of them said they felt their pets were comfortable with one another.

The study also found that cats were three times more likely to antagonize dogs than vice versa, and 10 times more likely to injure them in a fight.