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Hilarious cats are going viral online for their strong Irish accents in cute videos

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You must be a kitten to me! Hilarious Videos of Cats Meowing in ‘Irish and Northern Irish Accents’ Go Viral After Resurfacing Online

  • Hilarious cats are going viral online for their strong Cork and Belfast accents
  • A 2018 clip of Billy the Cat has been viewed nearly 743,000 times on Twitter
  • Myles O’Reilly shared it online again, saying ‘a cat with the strongest Cork accent’
  • While Leo the cat seems to communicate in a Northern Irish accent

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Hilarious videos of cats meowing in Irish and Northern Irish accents have gone viral after they resurfaced online.

A clip of Billy the Cat, who reportedly has the “strongest Cork accent you’ll ever hear,” has been viewed nearly 743,000 times after a Twitter user Myles O’Reilly re-shared it online.

Meanwhile, in another viral video posted to Twitter in September 2020, Leo the cat was seen communicating with his owner in what appears to be a thick Northern Irish accent.

A 2018 clip of Billy the Cat has been viewed nearly 743,000 times after a Twitter user named Myles O'Reilly re-shared it online

A 2018 clip of Billy the Cat has been viewed nearly 743,000 times after a Twitter user named Myles O’Reilly re-shared it online

Michael Allen, from Derry, posted the clip where the cat’s owner asks the kitten if he’s a “good boy,” to which the cat seems to answer “yes” with a Derry accent.

The video of Billy the Cat, first shared in 2018, was reposted with the caption: ‘A cat with the strongest Cork accent is the best thing you’ll see on the web today. #CorkCat’.

Of course, many found the clip hilarious and in true Irish humor people rushed to the comments to post witty replies.

One person said, ‘I quite certainly met this man at a pint near the airport.’

Another wrote: ‘Honestly, I went out with someone who spoke exactly like that. Ah, you would miss her everywhere.’

Michael Allen, from Derry, posted the clip where the cat's owner asks the kitten if he's a 'good boy', to which the cat seems to answer 'yes' with a Derry accent

Michael Allen, from Derry, posted the clip where the cat's owner asks the kitten if he's a 'good boy', to which the cat seems to answer 'yes' with a Derry accent

Michael Allen, from Derry, posted the clip where the cat’s owner asks the kitten if he’s a ‘good boy’, to which the cat seems to answer ‘yes’ with a Derry accent

The clip has nearly 250,000 views and over 14,000 likes on the Twitter page @michaelallen75

The clip has nearly 250,000 views and over 14,000 likes on the Twitter page @michaelallen75

The clip has nearly 250,000 views and over 14,000 likes on the Twitter page @michaelallen75

Another said: ‘I thought I heard it said, ‘I would take the shirt off any man’s back’.

While someone else joked, “If they put a cap on him, he’d be chosen.”

However, many were unimpressed by some who claimed it doesn’t sound like a Cork accent, but more like a Kerry accent.

One person wrote, “That’s a Kerry accent.” while another agreed: ‘Obviously it’s a Kerry accent guys. That cat is from somewhere near Kenmare.’

Of course many found the clip hilarious and in real Irish humor people rushed to the comments to post witty replies

Of course many found the clip hilarious and in real Irish humor people rushed to the comments to post witty replies

Of course many found the clip hilarious and in real Irish humor people rushed to the comments to post witty replies

Meanwhile, Michael’s clip of Leo has racked up nearly 250,000 views and over 14,000 likes on the Twitter page @michaelallen75.

People rushed to the comments laughing at the cat, saying, “Omfg so funny.”

Another wrote: ‘Can’t stop laughing!’ while someone else said ‘Omg this is the best thing I’ve ever seen. I’m going to try it with squid.’