Nothing is more amusing than owning a cat. They always do weird things before you ask them to and it is surprisingly hilarious. A cat’s face doesn’t have a lot of facial expressions like dogs, which upgrades their sense of humor to another level. However, a “resting cat face” has its pros and cons. Aside from making our stomachs hurt because of laughing at their shenanigans, a cat’s pain is never clearly shown. Their vigorous ancestors are hunters, so it would be less cool if they show any movements.
In regard to the pain or other negative expressions, it’s really difficult for humans to recognize and identify. When a cat is suffering from pain, they are more likely to be quiet, some of them will hide, and severely, they can act normal as nothing happened. So how can we detect and help them? Slight squinty eyes, ears narrowed and further apart from each other, nose and mouth are getting smaller are some changes you should closely notice and maybe they will thank you.
Most of the time cats are funny and weird, but sometimes we should care about their drawbacks as well. Like humans, we are not just only cheerful and happy but also depressed, irritated, and painful. Once you are into someone, it’s really important to know how they feel.
Here are the most hilarious things that not any one of us could predict, and we find it appropriate to make you smile all day. Don’t forget to share this article with your beloved ones!
"When my cat Buddy is alone, or thinks he’s alone in the apartment, he will play with a pizza box holder from Pizza Hut with three prongs connected in the middle. He stares at it and does this weird yowl-singing at it, before batting it around for a second or two, then back to the staring, yowling, singing. He will stop immediately if you enter the room or make any noise."
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"Meatball loves to wear sweaters! She often meets me at the door where she has carried her sweater from her toy basket and drops it in front of the door. When I come home she sits right next to it and I put it on her and she starts rolling over and purring excessively! Such a strange cat but obviously fashion-forward despite the fact that she looks like a sausage!"
He steals everything including couch covers, my coats, hats, gloves, souvenirs, undewear, bras, bathroom mats, and clean sanitary napkins (delicately removing them from the wrapping). He takes all of these things to the man who lives next door.
- Bernice Russell, Facebook -
My cat Fitz is the pickiest cat I’ve ever seen, and he notices everything. You can’t change out a picture on the wall or move something without him taking notice. He will stare at whatever it is for hours. His water dish has to be in the exact same spot every day or he won’t drink from it, just glare until it’s moved back (even if it is only a foot away from its normal spot). He loves his treats, but there is one shape he won’t eat.
- soniamn -
"One of my mom's cats has a weird habit of announcing a visitor's arrival in song. When someone comes in the house, he runs into the kitchen, jumps on the counter, and gently bats at some wind chimes in the window. He never plays with them otherwise."
- Lauren Donadio, Facebook -
My first cat liked to sit at the neighbor's sliding glass door and just stare into her house. One day she was telling me about a "creepy cat" that would just stand there and stare all the time. I asked what it looked like and sure enough it was my cat.
- Ashley Marie, Facebook -
"My cat sucks on her own nipples."
- Murphy Moroney, Facebook -
My weirdo kitty Millie likes to look after plastic wrappers. She carries them to the front of the garden and then waits for a gust of wind to carry the plastic to the other end. She then chases it and brings it back to the front, and she'll do this for hours!
Maddie likes to play with rubber bands by tossing them in the air. However, she sucks at catching them and they sometimes end up on her head. When this happens, she cries to me to remove it.
My cat’s indoor-only, except for when we let her out on a harness. She spends most of her day sitting in front of the sliding glass door looking out, but when we let her out on a harness, she sits in front of the sliding glass door looking in. We’re beginning to think that she just likes her reflection.
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My cat likes to poop when my husband gets home from work. If he’s late she will cry and wait by the door until he gets home. The minute she hears him coming in, she runs to her tray and starts backing one out. Sometimes out of sheer desperation she will go before he gets home, crying about it the whole time.
- teenag2 -