A Version of Jurassic Park Where the Dinosaurs Are Replaced With Giant Cats Is a Movie We’d Pay to See

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Whether they're snuggling with us on the couch or spoofing "Bohemian Rhapsody," cats tend to make everything better. They can even improve iconic movie scenes—or at least make them more adorable. In this video from OwlKitty, the T. rex from Jurassic Park (1993) has been replaced with the YouTube channel's namesake black cat.

As A.V. Club reports, OwlKitty (who goes by Lizzy when she's not on camera) has become famous online for her cameos in classic films. For her latest role, she's been supersized to monstrous proportions and edited into the T. rex paddock scene of Jurassic Park.

Instead of a terrifying dinosaur, the cat is shown sauntering through the destroyed electric fence with a hungry look in her eyes. The flashlights and flares in the sequence have been swapped for cat food, and OwlKitty gives a convincingly fearsome performance whenever dinner is on-screen.

Sam Neill urging Jeff Goldblum to "keep absolutely still" is hilarious in this context—and relatable to cat owners used to sneak attacks from their pets. But this kitty isn't all teeth and claws. The video ends with Neill cuddling with the giant cat instead of an animatronic triceratops.

You can view the full "Jurassic Park but with a Cat" parody below. You many not see any monster cats in the original Jurassic Park, but there are plenty of things in the movie to appreciate. Here are some details to look for the next time you watch it.

[h/t A.V. Club]