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Cat Owner Photographs Her Cat Every Time The Cat Is Not In Usual Place
April 25, 2020
Sondra M. lives with two cats — Sunny and Oliver. Both adopted from the Humane Society, both absolutely gorgeous. There is, however, one difference between them. Oliver is a little bit more… independent. He likes to write his own rules. And one of the way ways he does this is by going places around the house where he shouldn’t be.
His owner, Sondra, eventually started photographing Oliver’s shenanigans. From the bread machine to the dishwasher, it looks like there isn’t a corner where Oliver hasn’t put his paws, and these amusing pictures purrfectly portray his curious nature.
In The Silverware Drawer
Sondra said Oliver is an adorable combination of wicked and cute. “[He] is wild,” the owner told RED SHOTGUN. “He will just run around the house like an uncoordinated maniac. But he is also a sweet boy who enjoys chin scratches.”
The cat is constantly in places he shouldn’t be, but only when Sondra is in the middle of doing something. If she’s putting clothes in the dryer, he jumps in the dryer. If she’s trying to put dishes away, he gets in the dishwasher. And if she’s making dinner, he’ll try to make his way into the pantry. You get the idea. However, if Sondra is just hanging out, he will also join her, sleeping on the sofa next to his owner.
“He is an extremely picky eater where he only likes his dry kibble and 2 kinds of wet food. He won’t eat meat that I try to feed him from my dinner, but he will eat day-old popcorn off of the floor. He has attacked me trying to get chives out of the grocery bags,” Sondra said.
In The Backpack
Oliver also likes to splash the water out of the toilets, so Sondra has to keep the seat lid closed.
When guests come over, Oliver has been known to “comb” their hair with his claws and occasionally nip them in the cheek after nuzzling their faces.
Considering his wild ways, you’d think he’d be destroying the house but that’s not the case. “He actually doesn’t knock stuff over or break things that frequently,” Sondra said. “If he does, it’s normally because he tried to squeeze past something without room and it gets pushed out of the way. The exception to all of this is cups of water. Oliver constantly knocks cups of water over. My mom gave me a cat drinking fountain for Christmas one year and it took Oliver about 2 days to figure out how to take the lid off and splash the water all over the place.”