This kitty’s human discovered that they could create a cat trap simply by drawing a circle on the floor. These ‘cat traps’ have been very successful. (guremike.jp)
First lay out the trap on the floor.
Wait for your cat to become interested in the trap.
Stay put until your cat settles in the center.
Let’s look at a slightly different trap.
Many humans from around the net learned about the cat traps and decided to test them out. It worked! (reddit)
It works with toilet paper too. (reddit)
However, not every cat falls for the trap. (reddit)
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She was a pocket sized kitten when they found her alone in the shelter.
“This little lady was taken to the Everett, WA animal shelter when she was one week old. Then she was taken to Purrfect Pals, where she was renamed Pocket since she fits right into your pocket,” said Pocket’s foster mom via Instagram.
Pocket was sick and alone at the shelter. “She was given medicine, lots of good food and love, and placed with a litter of sweet kitties to be her new friends. She is sweet as can be and has SUPER loud non-stop purr!”
She was a pocket sized kitten when they found her alone and sick in the shelter.
One week old Pocket fits right into a tiny pocket.
They took her home to foster and introduced her to a litter of sweet kittens. She was much smaller than her furry friends.
A handful of sweet fluffiness.
“Everything the light touches is our kingdom ….”
Little Pocket is ready to rule the world.
“I nap here with you.”
Pocket all grown up now living happily in her forever loving home.
Follow Pocket on Instagram. Photos by Foster_kittens.
Perseus is a rescue kitty who loves his mom very much. “My rescue kitty, Perseus, trying his hardest to get my attention. It worked,” said Perseus’ human mom.
“He was rescued at about 6 weeks by a friend in fall 2009. She found him next to a curb on a rainy day. She watched over him for a few days, then told me about him. I already had my Calico rescued from 2005 at 1 and 1/2, but… I had to have him when I saw him,” she added.
“I’m lucky to have him.”
Simon is a very affectionate cat and demands to be held on his dad’s shoulder multiple times throughout the day. Cliff the dad has come up with an idea to provide the snuggles he needs while getting his work done.
“My boyfriend Cliff works from home, but our kitten Simon insists on being held multiple times throughout the day. This was impacting Cliff’s ability to get work done so we had to fashion a kitten sling so that Simon could get his snuggles in and Cliff could work,” said Colleen via reddit.
“He’s quite the snuggler!,” she added. “(Cliff) had back surgery a few years back and prolonged sitting causes a lot of pain. His doctor advised him to get a standing desk to prevent future damage…. We were definitely not prepared for this level of affection, so we’ve had to get creative.”
“(Simon) stays up there for a good 20 minutes. He still suckles so he’ll stay until he gets his fill on Cliff’s shoulder/neck. He’ll then head over to the couch to join his brother for a nap.”
“He and his brother Marty are our first pets together and we are absolutely in love with them. We would do anything for these little fur turds.”
After work. Simon goes on Cliff’s shoulder for a nap.
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TeeNee was only four weeks old when he came to his foster home. He is now eight weeks old. Look what a difference lots of love makes. (via Facebook)
“First day home, widdle bag of bones.”
Cuddling with his foster mom. He was barely hanging on.
Charlie Truble the cat stepped in to help. He became his big brother.
Charlie teaching him to play…
Charlie teaching him to fish…
TeeNee following him around.
8 weeks old. TeeNee waving ‘Hi’ to the camera from his comfy bed. What a difference love makes.
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This is how a tiny little kitten turns into a majestic fluffy Norwegian Forest cat.
Photos via imgur.
Meet Madara aka Banye. He is a one-year-old British Shorthair who was born with a little goatee that gives him a bit of a surprised and perplexed look.
“OH! What’s that?”
When he was one and half months old.
All grown up now! The surprised look sticks around.
“What’s that blinking box?”
He always looks curious.
“What is this?”
Follow Madara/Banye on Instagram @madaraorz.