Have you ever wondered why cats love to crawl into tight spaces? Cats possess a high level of curiosity that drives them to explore new nooks and crannies, especially empty bags and boxes, or laundry baskets.
Curling up in a small space allows cats to conserve body heat and hide themselves from potential threats. But cats may also hide because they are playing a game of “launch out at unsuspecting feet,” or finding a comfy, warm, and secure place to rest.
These elusive creatures are true masters at performing disappearing acts, sometimes for days at a time. On occasion, they deem their owners worthy of their presence and emerge from some of the funniest hiding places. These owners managed to gather photographic evidence of their stealthy, ninja cats' favorite hiding places.
And it was coming from inside the walls.
You say "cupboard", I say "catboard".
"Remember, you saw nothing."
"Size 9 feet? Perfect. I am a size 9 cat."
"It's normal for daisies to bloom kitties."
For someone who hates water, he sure didn't think this through.
Now THAT is a side-eye.
The classic couch-and-decoy trick.
They should have called it "Trojan Cat".
Secrets of the trade.
"You call it a dresser. I call it kitten compartments."
"I can't see you, you can't see me."
Bigger than a breadbox?
Fashion emergency cat.
Hiding in the paper towels.
Dramatic entrance cat.
Secret floorboard compartment kitten.