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Loyal Kitten Attempts to ‘Unlock’ Door for Stranded Owner



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  • An endearing kitten named Basil has captured hearts online with her charming attempt to assist her locked-out owner.
  • Basil’s video on TikTok, accumulating over 1.3 million views and more than 376,000 likes, showcases the kitten’s determination to help her anxious owner regain access to their apartment.
  • Basil, like many cats, exhibits remarkable problem-solving abilities and the potential to understand human emotions.

If only she could unlock the door😫 #basil #fyp #kittensoftiktok #kittentok

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Internet users recently met Basil, a kitten, when her owner shared a video demonstrating her amazing display of loyalty. The video, posted on TikTok under the username @basilbaby90, features Basil, a white-and-gray cat, enthusiastically tapping on the glass door while her owner struggles from being locked outside.

The caption narrates the owner’s ordeal: “I’m currently locked out of our apartment and Basil is going absolutely nuts, trying to help me get back in. I don’t know who’s more stressed out – me or her.” The post humorously concluded with: “If only she could unlock the door.”

Cats are known to be highly intelligent animals. Recent studies reveal that the structure of their brains is approximately 90 percent similar to humans. They even possess intelligence levels comparable to a 2-year-old child.

BondVet has revealed that cats have complex brains enabling them to solve problems, remember past events, and understand human emotions. Additionally, cats have remarkable short and long-term memories. They are capable of learning through observation, recognizing their names, and even operating simple devices like ringing bells or opening doors.


Interestingly, Bengals, Siamese, and Abyssinians are perceived as some of the smartest cat breeds, but intelligence varies among individual cats. Intriguingly, cats are known for their independent decision-making abilities and are less likely to be influenced by social rewards than dogs.


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