We feel like parents when we say this, but we have so much footage of Spudgy and Dr.Meemersworth on our phones we decided it was time to start sharing them with the rest of the EYK Family. That way, we can all reminisce together and be like, “Awww, Meemers has grown so much!”, “Look! This video is from when Meemers was still in Bucheon”, and “I remember when he was still a she!” Good times. So yeah, we are still calling Meemers a “she” in these videos because we didn’t know yet, but Spudgy was onto it the whole time. This video compilation shows two very opposite versions of Meemers, the sleepy sweet falling asleep anywhere on anything when tired kind, and the crazy I’M A KITTY I’M A KITTY I’M A KITTY kind.

Now, I know some people will wonder why we are putting a harness on Meemers, but if you do plan on taking your cats out for walks (yes, people do that) or teaching them to lounge in a harness and leash while say, in your backyard, you have to start training them at a young age. My Godfamily always had their cat in a harness and on a long looooong leash that allowed their cat to roam the backyard when they were outside together, but prevented him from terrorizing the birds and squirrels or from running up a tree and promptly getting stuck. And as he got older, he was like, “Whatever, harness me up, let’s do this thing! I wanna go outside!” My parents (Martina here) could certainty use a harness since their naughty cat tries to make secret breaks from the backyard into the front and then freaks out when it realizes where it is. BAD MUFFINS!!! Anyhoo, we’ll be sure to post a Spudgy compilation up soon, we’ve got some footage of him excitedly greeting us after a visit to the puppy hair salon! OoOooOoooOhhhh fabulous Spudgy! Oh and before I go, I’m so curious (yeaaaahhhh!!!) if anyone else puts a harness on their cat? Or do you think we’re crazy… o_____0 Well, I already know you think we’re CRAY CRAY but what about the CAT HARNESS!?

Anyhow, we put these videos in a playlist. If you can only view the first video rather than both, here’s the second one of Meemers in the harness. Cute!


  1. I walk my cat too. She loves it. When she wants to go out, and I am not paying attention, she’ll pick up her harness in her mouth, prance over to me, drop it in front of me, meow loudly, and sit at my feet. She loves her little walks! There’s lizards and bugs and all sorts of new smells and textures for her to explore, while still being safe. ^.^

  2. We had a cat who used to open the door and go out when he felt like it. He could come back the next day with half a tree in his fur and a chewed up snake he’d proudly caught for us. He loved petting and cuddling but was very independent. We went on vacation in the snowy winter and left food for him in the garage. But where I live there’s more squirrels than cars.

  3. We can’t use harness on our cats u.u they are very naughties u.u And hopefully they listen to us when they are angries u.u But I think it’s not crazy, take them on a harness, is better because you can be sure that they are safe… ^^ Meemers is so cute!!!

  4. Thanks, but I’d like to keep my arms intact as I’m quite fond of them you see.

  5. I put a harness on my kitty, Kupo too!! Only when take her outside. Now she knows when the harness is on, she gets to go outside. Meemers is sooo cute!!!

  6. my room mate puts a harness on her cat but he’s not really good at the whole walking thing. He just likes to sit out side and watch things

  7. I taught me cat to walk on a harness when he was younger. He never liked being on it when we were outside, though. But he loved it inside, like at the vet and pet stores.

  8. Where is SHE from? Although I dont’ like a cat very much but I have to admit that SHE is very cute and I wanna keep HER on my arms while sleeping on the bed:)

  9. O.o harnesses for cats exist??? ah! now my sister’s cat can’t go randomly running away and I won’t need to help her find it!!! aaaawwwww Meemers is super adorable!!! like…plushie level adorable !!!!!!!!!!

  10. I still dont get why there is a need to put a harness on every single animal, specially ones that are NOT meant to have any, like cats and rabbits and ferrets. Next thing you know, they will have harnesses for birds? – Know what I mean?

    • If they’re planning to take Meemers outside, then a harness makes complete sense. Not everyone wants their cat to be able to roam wherever it wants outside. I know, if I ever wanted my cats to be allowed to go outside, I’d want them sticking next to me and not roaming wherever they want, so I’d use a harness. I live right next to a busy road and their chance of getting run over if they got out front would be pretty high. However, my cats are completely indoor cats, so if I take them outside they just stay in a cage anyway. But I don’t think there’s anything wrong with people doing it, and it’s much more responsible than when people keep their cats out constantly with no restraint.

      • I have seen people ‘walking’ cats without harnesses, though they always keep within a little space in the park or something. I just have somethign against leashes for animals/ people who werent meant to be used upon. For example, I cant understand why you would like to ‘walk’ your kid on a leash? O_O Maybe they think it looks cute with the little monkey strapped to the back and all, but that is just wrong.

  11. i’ve put a harness on my cat ,chance since i first got him a year ago when he was still about 9 weeks, because he was an indoor cat and i wanted him to experence the great outdoors, when he was young he didn’t mind it (the harness) he even slept in it (still does) cause he loved to be out doors and thats was the only way we would let him out cause he runs. So your not alone

  12. We walk our cat–on a harness. You’re right, it’s easier to train them when they’re young. She loves going outside so much, though, that she’ll tolerate us putting the harness on. She won’t walk far (we’ve tried); she mostly likes to sit outside. She’s so used it it now that she’ll wear it around the house if we don’t take it off of her immediately.

  13. haha ohhh that crazy meemers ^^

  14. When I was younger my indoor cats used to try to escape outside a lot and because we lived in an area with scary wild critters I wanted to make sure they knew how to get home (and not wander into the woods of doom) so I started walking them around in a harnesses. It wasn’t very successful because they would freak out when we encountered other people, but they stopped trying to escape outside!

  15. Nothing crazy about the harness!

    My Bear has a harness too. xD She’s all so relax about everything that it doesn’t even phase her when we put it on.

  16. Maru’s human puts a harness on him when he goes outside, from what I remember. So there, if anyone gives you weirdness for harnessing (the power of) Kitty, just say “MARU” and walk away ^^

  17. We use a harness on our cat. We found him as a stray and adopted him (he was in a really really bad state when my stepdad brought him home – he’d found him in a nature reserve miles from anywhere). But we didn’t want him to run off so my mum bought a harness to allow him to go outside til he was used to living in a house. We let him out without a harness now and he comes back without any trouble, but it took a long time before my mum was brave enough to let him. She kept thinking he’d run off or get hit by a car or something.

  18. I’d think you all irresponsible parents of Meemers if you *didn’t* train him on a harness/leash. If i could have a cat, I’d totally do that too.

  19. From a person who has cats, its better to just carry them in a purse or something like that, because they really do not train well like dogs, and tend to just reject being walked

  20. I know how Meemers feels, same thing happened to me when i first starting wearing bras and then again with thongs and now It doesn’t even feel like I’m wearing them at all! Hey, wait a minute… am I?

  21. Hi! I have experience with cats and harness. I don’t know if someone tells you yet but it’s better if you remove the part in the chest that join the two laces that surround the body. I hope you understand me ’cause my english it’s quite bad >__<U If you remove that part he will be more comfortable ^__^

  22. ‘Dr.Meemersworth on our phones we decided it was time to start sharing them with the rest of the EYK Family’ aww guys *___* group hug!!! >. . < (#+_+)

    Thank you for the upload guise!!

  23. I harnassed my cat before it was “cool”. (this was back in the mid 90s) He was the center of attention anytime I took him out. The dogs steered cleared of him in the pet store and at the vet because they could not figure out what this “thing” was. Other kitties had to stay in carriers or held tightly in their owners laps while Tiger could walk around within reach of the leash. Sadly Tiger is gone (died in 2002) and I have not trained another cat on a leash. However I did train my Whiskers never to leave the backyard.. and she doesnt.

  24. hahahhaa Meemers is just so cute…

  25. it is weird how u guys cant spot his “furballs” when hes trying to take the harness off. haha its ok. i think because i raised a lot of kittens, so my eyes are kinda sensitive. i like how kittens would go all weird n stuff when u try to make them wear sumthing. hehe

  26. I also used a leash for my cat a few weeks after i moved to the house i live in now. But it was just for him to get used to the garden. After a while he was allowed to walk around without a leash. But i can imagine in a bigger city that it’s necessary to keep your cat on a leash when it goes outside.

  27. So cute! Dr.Meemersworth could easily give Maru a run for his money as the cutest cat on Youtube. <3

  28. When I had cats putting a harness on them would be playing with my life. They were big orange european short hair male cats and they were like “kitty don’t play dat”. Getting them into the carrier to take them to the vet usually ended in a bloody scratched arm so yeah.
    Plus the younger one was houdini, we’d often try a flea collar, he’d run outside after it was on, get back 10 minutes later minus the flea collar. No matter how tight that collar was.

  29. Oh my so cute :D
    Reminds me of my 4 furballs when they were little.
    I have a harness for one of my cats, too. (3 are Persian cats and one is a Maine Coon).
    The Maine Coon was supposed receive the harness, we even tried to train him to accept it when he was little but he got totally mad every time and still hates it and doesn’t move at all but just bite and staring at you with some really evil eyes.
    (He is now 3 years old and his name is Bruce Lee Fuzzy by the way :D but we only call him Fuzzy)
    Cat 1 – Harness 0.

  30. Wow… Simon has really sexy legs :o

  31. if you ask me, seeing Meemers in a ball like that reminds me of Mewtwo, so CUTE!!!!!

  32. When I was four or five I tried to give my cat a walk by putting him in a paper grocery bag. We didn’t even make it out the front door. :(

  33. I put a harness on my cat but only when I know I have to take her somewhere far. i.e. the vet. Other wise, my cat is pretty chill. She wont runaway from her home even with the door open. Or she stays somewhere close by and just meows when she wants to go back in.

  34. My mom and dad once put a harness on our cat when I was younger, so that they could go outside with her without having her running away.. But she managed to take it off when they got outside >-< Probably not a good idea to go outside the very first time putting that thing on her xD

  35. aww he looks like he grew :D so cute ><

  36. I used to take my cat for walks!!! then he started getting old and lazy and doesn’t enjoy it anymore ><

  37. I think a harness is completely fine…..at least with me. You see, my cousins had this lovely cat named Cookie and after 3 years one day he just went climbing some roofs as always. When it was time to come back he never did (he returned every single day for 2 years). Of course this cat was never trained to use a harness and my poor cousins never knew where he was. Eventually we found out (because of some neighbors) that he had a completely new life somewhere in a park 1 miles away with some “naaasty” Mrs. Kitty….(just kidding :D …. but he was having an affair I guess). He never came back…snif snif….

  38. I am so glad you named that cat something gender-neutral by the way haha

  39. I tried teaching my cats to wear harnesses, but anytime they have one on, they immediately sit down and refuse to move. My rabbit, on the other hand, quite enjoyed going out for walks with a harness on.

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