The Internet is gaining popularity video, which is filmed as an interview with Polish historian and political scientist Jerzy Targalski prevented the cat.
Completely unfazed, Targalski calmy continued the interview and only acknowledged the feline's freaky presence to pull its tail away from his face.
Targalski didn't even paws (sorry) as Lisio crawled up his arm, perching on his human's shoulder and grooming Targalski's ear.
The footage was shared by journalist Rudy Bouma who like others was impressed by how unruffled the political scientist was.
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Targalski pushed forward, continuing to discuss the implications of the membership purge on rule of law, completely uninterrupted except to brush the cat's tail from away from his face. "The cat does not change, wherever I am, it always climbs on my shoulders, five times a day", Targalski told Dutch news outlet NOS.
Dr Targalski was giving an interview to a Dutch current affairs show ginger moggy Lisio hopped on his bonce.
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