11/30/2016 09:01 EST

Cat Scales Rock Climbing Wall With Ease

Good thing cats land on their feet.

A rescue cat bested some professional climbers at the Boulbaka bouldering gym in Naha, Japan.

The cat, Lala, lives at the gym and definitely isn't afraid of heights.

She blazed through a two-minute course in just under the challenge time.

"She's learned to stay off the mats when people are climbing, but sometimes will go over to the beginner's wall and show off some of her beta," one of the gym-goers posted on Reddit.

Watch the talented feline's ascent above.

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