Michael 'shroud' Grzesiek might well be one of the most dominant forces when thrown into a battle royale game scenario, but a hilarious segment involving his kitten showed Twitch viewers who is the boss of the house.
Shroud wanted to give his pet a chance to say hello to the thousands of people watching at home and it certainly didn't pass up the opportunity to quickly become the star of the show.
What was supposed to last just a second or two became much more than that as his furry friend took the liberty of walking around all across his back.
"Don't jump. Don't do it. Hold on," the former CS:GO pro player said, as the cat used its claws to grip to the back of his shirt. "Get on the table. I can't. My arm doesn't bend like that," he added, clearly struggling to make sure that it never hurt itself.
Everywhere he wanted it to go, it tried to do the complete opposite in what turned out to be quite a funny segment from the live stream.
Thankfully, a few moments later it jumped down to the ground and scurried off to another room in his house, after toying with shroud for a while.
The treatment of Twitch streamers' - and even YouTubers' - cats and dogs have been under immense scrutiny during the course of 2019 with a number of controversies emerging.
Although, it's refreshing to see segments like this where not only is the pet the star of the show, but gives viewers a few laughs along the way as well. Shroud left the room shortly after to go and feed it.
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