10 Smartest Things Cats Have Ever Done According to the Internet

In addition to being divinely beautiful, cats are intelligent creatures. Don’t believe me? Check out these ameowsing tales shared by a popular online community of cat lovers. You’ll be left stunned.

1. Group Project

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Brian shares his experience with migraines. They had four cats who made their own pairs and didn’t interact with each other. However, one day when the migraine was bad, Brian woke up to a shocking sight.

All four cats were quietly lying on him, their heads against each other. They purred in unison and waited for the migraine to ease off. These furballs knew when to put aside their biases and join forces when supporting their human.

2. Smoke Alarm

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Chispa is the cat version of a smoke alarm. Her owner, Kathy, shares when she was fast asleep during the seventh month of pregnancy. Suddenly, Chispa woke her up by standing on Kathy’s chest and making loud meows. 

When Kathy woke up, she saw thick smoke and realized the kitchen was on fire. Her husband extinguished the fire, and they survived the incident, all thanks to Chispa’s smoke-detecting abilities and incessant meowing. 

3. Spider(Man) to the Rescue

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Someone shares the tale of their cat named Spider. Spider woke up his owner one morning and led them to the French doors in the living room. Spider stared at the light switch, indicating he wanted them switched on to illuminate the patio outside. 

On doing so, the owner discovered his baby kitty sister sitting in the rain and not coming inside. Unfortunately, the furbaby had a damaged leg and was taken to the vet immediately. Thanks to Spider’s spidey senses, his sister was saved.

4. Lending a Paw

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Cats may have a reputation for being aloof, but they know when to help. An owner shares how their cat, Katt, observed his owner as they were in the yard picking up sticks and putting them in a bag. Katt “helped” by climbing a tree and knocking sticks down. It’s the intention that matters.

5. S.O.S.

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Our feline friends know how to make themselves heard. One cat lover mentions how their cat would get trapped in their mother’s room. He’d yowl in the shower to get attention since it was louder and echoed through the house. Soon enough, someone would come to free him.

6. Cat the Meanie

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A cat named Cat was not a fan of dogs, so when his owners got a puppy, he moved a water glass on the counter six inches to the left to dump it on her kennel. Also, Cat once lured a visiting dog over to the counter before throwing a gravy boat onto her head.

7. Finding an Opening

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Numerous users share how their cats are smart enough to open doors independently. Some could even open doors by turning doorknobs and using handles!

8. Tech Whizz

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A techy cat lover mentions how their cat knew how to turn on computers. He enjoyed seeing the screensaver and somehow figured out how to turn on the computer to see the bubbles on the screen again. 

9. Miss Missy Saves the Day

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The tales of cats alarming their owners are endless. Sen, Missy’s owner, narrates one such case. One day, Sen’s sister was having labored breathing due to her history of chronic health concerns. Missy sensed the emergency and woke everyone up. Thanks to Missy, Sen’s family could seek medical care in time.

10. Social Worker

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Even cats can have the spirit of a social worker. Oz was a cat who kept bringing needy strays to his owner. Additionally, Oz knew how to get media attention. He would pose for pictures if you asked him nicely. Awe. What do you think? Do you have a story to add to this list?

This thread inspired this post. This article was inspired by the Internet and does not reflect the views and opinions of Floppycats.

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