On TikTok, she proves that Stray is exciting for dogs too

The adorable video of this dog completely captivated by Stray has been doing the…

While since Stray’s release netizens haven’t stopped posting adorable videos of their cats trying to interact with the game’s cats, one tiktokeer has shown that dogs aren’t left out.

Enjoying being able to throw objects wherever they want in their environment, meow at everything, or improvise little nap sessions, in less time than it takes to say it, tens of thousands of players rushed to Stray as soon as it launched.

Nearly a month after its release, the popularity of BlueTwelve Studio’s nugget is still going strong, galvanized by excellent ratings and social networks that are full of funny videos of cats captivated by the game.

StrayA dog tries to fly to the rescue of Stray’s cat on TikTok

On August 4, tiktokeer jenntennn shared a video on TikTok of her dog being captivated by a cinematic of Stray. From the beginning of the video, the dog couldn’t take her eyes off the cat, showing signs of concern as the cat was in trouble. As the cat finally falls suddenly, instantly the bitch rushed to the screen to try to save the cat.


I think she’s fully invested now… #straygame #stray #catdog #ps4

♬ original sound – Jenn Tenczar

This most adorable gut reaction won over the hearts of internet users. The video has gone viral on TikTok. As of this writing, it has more than 865,000 likes and over 4.3 million views.

While many netizens commented on the post praising the dog’s instincts and responsiveness while finding her reaction adorable. “Not all heroes wear capes”, enthused one Internet user.

Others, more reserved, argued that it might depress her. They added that we should be very careful about what pets are exposed to and that this type of behavior should not be encouraged on TikTok.

“For the rest of her life, she’s going to regret not being quick enough to save that cat,” one user argued.

It’s hard to say if the dog was actually hurt from not being able to help the cat, but regardless, given that the cat appeared safe and sound in the following scenes, it’s safe to say all’s well that ends well.