WATCH: Cats Detect Earthquake 10 Seconds Before It Happens

Have you ever heard that animals can sense a natural disaster before it strikes?
I've heard of instances with horses and dogs; this video further encapsulates it for me.
There was a 6.1 earthquake in Japan last month, and this security footage from inside a "kitty daycare" shows a bunch of the cats becoming hyper aware 10 seconds before it hits. They start running as if they knew something  was up. 

One theory is that the cats can sense the initial "p wave," which is shaking that people can't detect.  There's also the chance they heard something that wasn't fully picked up by the camera's microphone.

 

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