While it's pretty common for dog owners to teach a few tricks to their pets, cats are notoriously self-willed and hard to train.
Which makes Didga and her owner Robert Dollwet's incredible achievement so impressive.
The adorable kitty set the record for the Most tricks performed by a cat in one minute last year in Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia, with Didga successfully performing 20 tricks to earn her a place in the new Guinness World Records 2017 edition book.
Didga completed tricks varying from rolling over to jumping over a bar whilst on a skateboard.
The rules for this Guinness World Records title state that each trick must be clearly defined and independent, and that the commands or cues must not involve the human touching the animal (unless the cat initiates the contact such as when performing tricks like the high five).
Didga – which is short for Didgeridoo – was rescued by Robert from an animal shelter and her favourite food is raw kangaroo mince.
Guinness World Records recently visited the pair to talk to them about their amazing achievements and to take some photographs for the new Guinness World Records 2017 book. Since the shoot, Didga has gone on to break her previous record, registering 24 individual tricks in 60 seconds during an attempt earlier this year.
Robert said: “I knew she was special but now, with the record, I think that she’s just unbelievably special and I’m just so proud of her."
"And I love cats. I love her, so much," he added.
This record and thousands of others appear in the new Guinness World Records 2017 Edition which is out now priced at £20 in the UK and $28.95 in the US.
The Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition 2017 is also available now for £9.99 UK and $14.99 US.