A mother is filming a home-movie of her child Tommy, and asking him questions about his pet cat. The mother's friend is also present, and asks Tommy to play with the cat.
The original title of the video, "64 65 6c 20 77 61 67 74 6f 6e," is a hexadecimal code. It translates to "del wagton," which is a reference to the Marble Hornets team. The name is a cross of three of the directors of the YouTube series: Troy Wagner, Joseph DeLage, and Tim Sutton. The name is registered as the domain holder for their official website.
It is unknown what the title "vacc" means, but it has been theorised to be short for "vaccination."
There are many theories as to why Meat decided to upload this video, as it is out of Meat's usual postings. Some believe that Meat is the child, and that this is a personal home movie of his. There isn't much proof behind this theory, however.
Some also believe that the breed of cat (Calico) is a reference to Tara Calico, a missing woman who had a Polaroid of her found in a parking lot. The image was of Calico and another child in the back of a van with tape over their mouths.
Mother (OC): Tommy, what, what's this cat's name? Tommy: Umm... Mother (OC): What's the kitty's name? Woman: Calico! Tommy: Calico! Mother (OC): Calico! Woman: Okay, now she's playing. Okay, get up and play with her, honey. Get up and play with her. Mother (OC): Can you play with the ball with her so mommy can get it on the movie?