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19 Cat Lovers Who Know How to Get Along With Their Pets Perfectly

True cat lovers know how to take an item out of a box being guarded by a cat while avoiding scratches and bites. They are able to put a fragile vase of flowers on the table without fear that it’ll be broken. They’ll find something to occupy their cat with while they aren’t at home and they also try to always please their four-legged pet and even anticipate their desires.

The Bright Side editorial team was impressed by the tricks that cat owners use to please their favorite pets. So we decided to publish a compilation of users’ photos in which cats run the show, and you’ll also find a corresponding story in the bonus part.

“My wife just wanted to do her puzzle without being bitten.”

“My left hand is on the steering wheel and my right hand is on my kitty.”

When you like freshly cut flowers, but don’t want them to end up on the floor.

“I need 2 hands to eat. My Smokey was okay with working as a phone holder for a while... He sat like this for about 10 minutes.”

“My cat is obsessed with these cheap springs. But they come with sharp ends that need to be trimmed off with nail clippers.”

“I took my cat to the park for leash training. Yesterday was the first time he climbed a tree.”

This is a dummy keyboard. My cat thinks he’s a boss, and everyone is happy.

One laptop is also not enough when you seriously need to do some work.

And if you can’t get the cat off the couch, you can create a photo masterpiece in Michelangelo’s style and feel like God.

“My girlfriend’s cat has decided he’s obsessed with me and now, we wake up like this every morning.”

“When I’m going away for a few days, I sing to my cat through messenger. She started falling asleep in front of the camera waiting to hear my voice. So cute.”

“I got a backpack so my cat can sunbathe. Today, she doesn’t want to be on a leash.”

“My cat likes it when we help him stretch. And he started sticking out his tongue when we do it for him.”

“I took this hippo home together with my kitten. The animal shelter said that they would only leave together.”

If there is a cat at home, you can’t sit on the pillow without looking inside the cover first.

“My friend got her old cat a kitten.”

“I made my kitten a sweater so he wouldn’t get chilly with the A/C on. It seems that now, he feels pretty macho.”

“My cat’s new living room is cozier than my own.”

Last week, all cats were “stupid” and now, “our kitty-witty likes to be held on the right shoulder and not the left one.”

Bonus: TV mice

I got 2 mice instead of a TV for Tae, because a good slave should entertain their cat. Tae approved “the TV.” She spent hours sitting and staring at the cage in which the mice were hustling. Sometimes, she gently touched them with her paw, without showing her claws. The mice ran in the wheel, carried food, and enjoyed their life. Over time, their population has grown to 20 mice.

Once, I was cleaning the cage and dropped the tray. Mice went everywhere! The apartment is large, there are plenty of cracks and wardrobes, and there are 2 other hunters in the house — a toy terrier and another cat, Tikhon. I accepted the situation, thinking that I would never see these mice alive ever again. It was quiet for 3 days until one night, I heard “meow” uttered in a strange voice. Tae was sitting in the middle of the room with a mouse in her mouth.

I yelled, “Spit it out!”

Tae spat the mice out. A completely intact mouse disappeared into the night.

The next deep-chested “meow” woke me up 2 hours later. I got the vase. Tae spat a slobbery mouse into it and made sure I put it back in the cage. On the second day, I put a deep bowl near my bed.

— Meow! — It’s time to take the bowl and carry the mouse.

— Meow!

This is what the fugitives looked like after they were taken out of the mouth of a predator.

Tae caught them all. Very gently. They are her mice anyway. © BabylonFire / Pikabu

How do you deal with the tricks pulled off by your pets and avoid their prehensile claws and teeth? We’re waiting for photos of your pets and their cute pranks.

Preview photo credit BabylonFire / Pikabu