How to Trap a Cat (Cat Circles)

How to Trap a Cat (Cat Circles)

As we all know cat loves to get into small space like boxes, however on Sunday, 19th October 2014; a Reddit user started a post at r/aww with “Trick your cat with a circle” title. And this has become a phenomenon at Reddit and imgur, where quite a lot of cat owners tried this trick.

You can also try this yourself with just a few simple steps..

STEP 1: Set up the trap (You can use tape)
How to Trap a Cat (Cat Circles)

STEP 2: Lure the cat into the circle
How to Trap a Cat (Cat Circles)

STEP 3: Wait until cat sits still in the center
How to Trap a Cat (Cat Circles)

There you go, a cat in your trap!
How to Trap a Cat (Cat Circles)

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Remembering Scarlett the Precious Heroine Cat

Remembering Scarlett the Precious Heroine Cat

Remembering Scarlett the Precious Heroine Cat

Scarlett whose efforts to save her precious kittens from a fire attracted worldwide media attention back in March 30, 1996. It began when the place (abandoned garage – allegedly used as a crack house) where she and her kittens lived in Brooklyn, New York City caught on fire. The New York City Fire Department were soon on the scene after received a call about the fire and quickly extinguished it. David Giannelli, which one of the firefighters on the scene spotted Scarlett and her two four-week-old kittens huddled together near the garage when the fire was under control, whilst the other three kittens were found just across the street.

Gathering all of them carefully in a box, Giannelli noticed that even though Scarlett in badly scorched with paws, eyes and ears burned, and her coat highly singed, she nudged them with her nose to reassure all her five babies were there safe and sound. Not long after that, she collapsed unconscious.

Remembering Scarlett the Precious Heroine Cat with Her Kittens

It is quite remarkable with her devotion and courage, as she could carry only one kitten out at a time in the blistering heat and thick chocking smoke in five separate journeys – she is definitely a brave cat.
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What is/are Your Number(s)?

What is/are Your Number(s)?

What's Your Number?

What’s Your Number?

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