Greta’s a size-10 cat in a size-6 bag. But she it’s aspirational.
Cats like to be IN things. Any gap, container, concavity, aperture or indentation is liable to bring out a cat’s impulse to colonize.
It’s science, you know. The instinct to “hide” somewhere is etched into the feline DNA. Cats like to feel safe and comfortable in a partly enclosed space; it eases anxiety and allows cats to hold on to body heat. It even helps keep cats away from conflict, which they don’t always handle well. (You don’t say?)
So here’s a collection of cats IN things – bags, bowls and other shelters. If you’ve ever had a cat, it’ll strike a chord of recognition for you. Scroll and enjoy, and make sure your cats don’t get into anything that would make them unsafe.
Thanks to all for submitting photos. Please email me your own pet photos, or message me via the Four Legs Good Facebook page. Help keep Furry Friday free of embarrassing mistakes by remembering to include your pet’s name, and its sex if it’s not obvious!
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