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Pets can have some of the most hilarious moments. Whether it is the way they talk back to their owner, complain when they can’t get to something, such as their ball, or like adorable feline brothers Frankie and Theo, having their own races against each other on a daily basis. 

The two fuzzy felines adorably race each other to the food bowl every time the automatic feeder buzzes.

“They’re definitely food obsessed. The second that the kibble drops, they would just go sprinting kind of like a Tokyo Drift race car style. …hey definitely love their food. When we’re plating the food in a separate room they would both be scratching at the door and bolting at us immediately once we opened the door.”

Their humans have hilariously tried everything to try and get the two to slow down a bit when they rush over to the bowl. They stacked obstacles such as a stack of red solo cups to get them to slow down. Watch the video of them and the red solo cup obstacle here on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@eatsleepmeow/video/7060206293881064709

Watch a sweet video of the two posted on TikTok here: 


“They are so food motivated we just knew that they could do anything so we thought it’d be really fun to make an obstacle course for them. Frankie was an absolute pro, Theo had a bit more trouble.”

However, despite their competitive side, these two are like two peas in a pot. Another activity their enjoy to do together is take sweet cuddle long naps.

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