When they want to be, cats are pretty stealthy creatures, capable of all but vanishing into thin air. But no one is perfect—not even cats—and sometimes they don’t have the energy to truly commit to their hiding spots.
Psst, psst—we see you, kitties!
In reality, Matilda is a rather petite house cat. But in her dreams, she could easily be mistaken for a leopard.
One of these things is most definitely not like the other.
Gracie was all set to win hide-and-seek, but she went ahead and ruined it with a taunting penalty.
Dad’s camo jacket is perfect for Rhae’s two favorite things: hunting feet and taking naps.
Rookie kitten mistake: hiding so well you get sat on.
Nice try, Catzilla—but with a face like this, blending in is all but impossible.
A true party animal, Scottie figured out a foolproof way to crash weddings and the occasional bat mitzvah.
Calico camo strategy: find a pattern that’s as busy as yours, hope the parakeet isn’t paying too close attention.
There are two ways to win at hide-and-seek:
1) Find a great hiding spot.
2) Stare down seekers until they back away slowly, “forgetting” what they saw.
Finnlay has yet to catch a bird. He blames Mercury in retrograde, and yet …
Mozart gave this whole “hiding” thing a try, then remembered he was beautiful.
Do you want to be the one to tell Aurora her camouflage game is weak? Didn’t think so.
Cricket was pleased when he saw the new kitchen counter motif—very, very pleased.
Ennie has a flair for print mixing—camouflage, maybe not so much.
Next level cat-napping: don’t just sleep on the blanket, be the blanket.