Cats are brilliant animals, but just like anyone, they can sometimes have a moment where the synapses just don’t seem to be firing, and they zone out, completely forgetting how to even behave like a cat. As these gorgeous photos show, cats can look super-cute when their brain turns to mush, even just for a moment. In this collection of endearing snapshots, you’ll witness the charm of cats in their comical and momentarily perplexed states.
This cat looks like they were in the middle of something and then just completely forgot what they were doing. We’ve all been there.
Feline Identity Crisis
Sometimes our brains just completely stop working, even just for a minute, and we can’t get back onto our train of thought. And this kitty proves that it happens in cats too.
This cat has climbed their way to the top of the ladder…but now what? There’s definitely some confusion here about what the next steps are.
Caught in the Act
This cat looks like they’ve been caught in the middle of some mischief – and now they’ve frozen and don’t know what to do next. Back away slowly and let them carry on as they were…
This kitty seems to have confused themselves for a tortoise. The slow and sedate lifestyle definitely suits them!
This cat looks like it needs to be restored to factory settings – things have just got a little too much, and it needs a fresh start to the day.
Even when cats do look a little bit lost, they still look cute. This cat is proof – they might look like they’re a little strange, but that doesn’t mean you don’t want to just scoop them up for a cuddle.
Sometimes cats can have multiple attacks of absentmindedness. One minute they’re pouncing around, chasing their toy, and then…what was it, snack time?
Picture of Innocence
This kitty knows that they’re not supposed to be hanging out amongst the laundry – but now they’ve been spotted, they don’t know what to do to get out of the situation.
It’s easy to fall for a kitty that looks to be having difficulty working out its brainwaves. This cat definitely isn’t dumb, but it looks like thinking has taken it out of the little guy for today.
Zoned Out Cat
Just like humans, cats can sometimes disappear into another dimension in their brains. The lights may be on for this kitty, but nobody is home right now.
Lost in Kitty Thoughts
Cats can get distracted by their thoughts in the same way that we can. It’s easy to tell that this cat is not very present – something must be on their mind.
Alarming Moments: Cats Caught in Embarrassing and Compromising Situations
Sometimes you’ll catch your kitty in a compromising pose – as these cats prove.
Does Your Cat Twitch When Being Pet?
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome – sometimes called rippling skin syndrome – is a condition that can affect some cats. It gives them extremely sensitive skin, which can cause them distress, particularly if they are petted in that area.
LEARN THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
Unfairly Labeled: Cat Lovers Speak Out Against the Harmful Stereotypes and Unjust Treatment of Orange Cats
Orange cats are more likely to be males than females, but are they the airheaded species of the feline world? Many hilarious videos of cat antics can be credited to fuzzy, ginger kitties, but can the urban legends be true? Can their sweet, affectionate, and simple nature be attributed to genes?
The Hidden Triggers: Identifying Common but Unnoticed Allergens Affecting Your Cat’s Health
If your cat is constantly licking, biting, and itching a lot, it could be a sign they’re suffering from allergies. But you might not realize what they’re allergic to – and it could be something you’d never even considered.
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Two Largest Cat Breeds – 17 Pound Cats?!
Maine Coon cats and Ragdoll cats are the two most popular large cat breeds in the world. They both have long, beautiful coats and imposing figures, and they are both outstanding cats, but there are some key differences between these two gorgeous cats.
Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,