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Entertainment • Jul 28, 2019

Cat ruins Twitch streamer's broadcast in most disgusting way possible

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Cat ruins Twitch streamer's broadcast in most disgusting way possible
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Thanks to the advent of live streaming, websites like Twitch capture moments as they happen in real time, providing a near-endless flood of hilarious, awkward, and sometimes downright disgusting content.

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One Twitch streamer unfortunately got the brunt of the latter category, after his feline friend suffered from an upset stomach during a broadcast on July 24.

Streamer 'JadedBlue' was in the middle of a game when his cat gave a few urgent mews, prompting him to ask his pet if anything was wrong - as one does, of course.

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One Twitch streamer's cat was responsible for an unfortunate accident during a live broadcast.

However, all was not well with the animal, as viewers can clearly hear the signature, wet-sounding heaves that often accompany cat vomit as captured by a VOD of the stream.

“Oh, dude - ” JadedBlue exclaims before the stream abruptly ends, in what seems to be an emergency halt to the broadcast to deal with his sick pet.

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In an unfortunate turn of events, this was not the case, as the streamer updated viewers with a graphic Tweet following the incident that revealed his cat had actually puked on his computer tower - effectively putting a stop to future streams.

“Well guys, I'm not gonna be streaming for a little bit,” JadedBlue wrote of the matter. “During the stream Kelsier got sick and ended up puking directly into my computer, so until it's fixed, it has been fun.”

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Despite the unfortunate accident, not all hope is lost: fellow gamer ‘IslandStyleGaming’ has since created a Go Fund Me to raise money to buy a new PC for JadedBlue, with a current goal of $1,000.

This wouldn’t be the first time a cat has interrupted a live stream, by far: in fact, one Korean Twitch streamer’s house was nearly set ablaze by her feline friend, who had turned on her infrared stove during a broadcast.

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Even popular Overwatch pro Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel has suffered a “catastrophe” on stream, with his cat stepping on his audio mixer during a June 16 broadcast, lending a hilarious effect to his voice over the microphone.

Although JadedBlue’s cat made for a humorous Twitch clip, the streamer is still without a personal computer due to the incident, leaving him unable to stream thus far: all thanks to some misplaced cat puke.

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