During the Marlins 8-4 win over the Atlanta Braves in their home opener, a random cat decided to get involved.

While the cat wasn't able to demonstrate any baseball aptitude, it did display some impressive athleticism.

No, not that.

It was when the frisky feline began scaling the outfield fence and other wacky structures.

Click over to The Daily Player to view its adventures.

When you do, you'll notice the cat looks like it wants to be in camou mode. Too bad Fanorama doesn't have one of these camouflage snapback caps in its size:

camouflage snapback cap

Still, it's not a bad deal for humans at $15.91.

As well, our research has shown that a significant number of humans -- as opposed to cats -- can afford this purchase.

That's a good thing, because we really didn't want to change the name of this store to Cat-o-Rama.

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