Cat steals the show as it ‘interrupts’ political analyst’s TV interview

Clay Curtis
July 12, 2018

Over the weekend, Polish professor Jerzy Targalski made a decision to participate in an interview with Dutch news program Nieuwsuur.

Well, a similar incident happened recently when a professor and political analyst was giving a TV interview when a munchkin intervened - not a kid, but a cat! Maybe it's the way Jerzy gently pulls away the cat's tail on more than one occasion.

In the interview, Dr Targalski spoke about the political situation in Poland, amid a government crackdown on the country's independent supreme court.

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Rudy Bouma, a reporter for Dutch news show Nieuwsuur, tweeted an outtake from an interview with Jerzy Targalski, a historian from Poland.

Unfortunately for the world, Targalski's interview was pre-taped so the footage of Lisio crawling up his arm never actually aired on TV.

So, during filming, which took place in the house of the historian, a red cat climbed on the shoulders of the men, covering his fluffy tail eyes. In an interview with Polish public broadcaster Telewizja Republika earlier this month, Lisio makes a more subtle appearance by sneaking behind Targalski for a nap.

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