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Paw sleeper! Moment when two excited cats run over their sleeping owner’s face as they hunt through her apartment at night

  • Jennifer Bates, 30, went to sleep at her house in Castlewood, Virginia
  • But her bedtime is rudely interrupted by her cats jumping and running all over her
  • Bar manager Jennifer recorded her cat’s nocturnal ‘zoomies’ and had them chased one after the other in her apartment










Hilarious footage captures the moment when a cat owner is rudely awakened by her pets running and jumping all over her in the middle of the night.

Jennifer Bates, 30, is constantly interrupted in her sleep by her three cats as they relentlessly chase each other around the house after the lights go out.

Nightcam videos capture Tickle Butt, a 12-year-old calico, Megabreath, a two-year-old housekeeper and a six-year-old tabby Mittens as they launch themselves from objects and land on unsuspecting Jennifer’s face.

Bar manager Jennifer, of Castlewood, Virginia, had bought a security camera to keep an eye on her pets while she was at work.

Hilarious footage captures the moment cat owner Jennifer Bates, 30, is rudely awakened by her pets running and jumping all over her in the middle of the night

But now she’s using it to look back at her three cats’ attempts to “park over my face.”

In one clip, the cats surprise Jennifer by hitting her on the head and later you see one jumping on her stomach.

The bar manager said, ‘The videos were honestly not intentional.

“About a year ago I installed a pet camera in my apartment. I wanted to be able to watch them when I’m at work.

Bar manager Jennifer, of Castlewood, Virginia, had bought the security camera to keep an eye on her pets while she was at work, but now uses it to watch her three cats' attempts to

Bar manager Jennifer, of Castlewood, Virginia, had bought the security camera to keep an eye on her pets while she was at work, but now uses it to watch her three cats’ attempts to “park over my face.”

Nightcam videos capture Tickle Butt, a 12-year-old calico, Megabreath, a two-year-old long-haired and six-year-old tabby Mittens as they launch themselves from objects and land on unsuspecting Jennifer's face

Nightcam videos capture Tickle Butt, a 12-year-old calico, Megabreath, a two-year-old long-haired and six-year-old tabby Mittens as they launch themselves from objects and land on unsuspecting Jennifer’s face

“Besides, I’ve always wondered what they do when I walk out the door.”

Jennifer says she prefers to sleep on her couch for comfort, but this has made her an unintentional victim of her cats’ nighttime chases.

‘Coincidentally, I also captured all the crazy moments and I thought other cat people might like the crazy cat madness!

“Two of my cats always get the “zoomies” at night and jump randomly and run super fast wherever their little paws take them, including, but not limited to, over my face.

Jennifer says she prefers to sleep on her couch for comfort, but this has made her an unintentional victim of her cats' nighttime chases

Jennifer says she prefers to sleep on her couch for comfort, but this has made her an unintentional victim of her cats’ nighttime chases

In one clip, the cats surprise Jennifer by hitting her on the head and later you see one jumping on her stomach

In one clip, the cats surprise Jennifer by hitting her on the head and later you see one jumping on her stomach

“The videos were shot at random hours in my house all night while I was asleep or about to go to sleep.”

“I honestly couldn’t stop laughing. At the time these videos happened I was a little frustrated because first it scared me, second I got a big scratch on my face and third I was just trying to relax and sleep.

“But I thought it was hilarious when I saw it happen on the videos. Make your cats zoom away!’

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