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    'Chuck Norris Cat' Shows Hardcore Way of Coming Home

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    A video shot by Ann Got shows her 14-year-old cat Plume looking for a way home from the porch, as the cat is certainly shivering with cold. Ann opens the door but the entrance is blocked by a seemingly impenetrable thick pile of snow reaching one meter high. Ann hands out some cat food and this energizes her pet so much that he rushes through the snow barrier in a single leap.

    Inspired by the cat's growing popularity, Ann later posted an edited video of the breakthrough featuring the most epic phrase from Zack Snyder's "300".

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