Can You Spot The Cat In This Video?

A woman named Gosia had a clever solution to a landlord visit in an apartment where pets aren’t allowed.

She hid her patient and trusting cat, Larry, in a pile of stuffed animals. Can you spot the little guy? Finding him was a lot more difficult than I thought it would be, although PITB readers are usually a lot better than I am at Where’s Waldo? Cat Edition:

Just so we’re clear, this would never work with Buddy. As soon as there’s a knock or a buzz, he dashes for the front door and waits there impatiently for me to open it so he can see who’s on the other side, meowing excitedly the whole time.

But assuming I was able to somehow get him to stay and tolerate serving as the keystone in a stuffed animal pyramid, I doubt he’d make it one minute before forgetting he’s supposed to hide, bounding over to the landlord and chatting away like he always does.

5 thoughts on “Can You Spot The Cat In This Video?”

  1. Even with your hint, it took me some time. But I see from her other videos that her kitties are patient with being dressed up and handled. I wonder where she hid the other four?

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    1. I had to watch it quite a few times before I spotted him. Check my reply to Lisa if you still can’t find the little guy. He’s good at hiding!

      I suppose if the user’s landlord doesn’t use TikTok, he/she wouldn’t know. I don’t have a TikTok account, not only because I don’t want more social media in my life, but I don’t want to give the Chinese government my data either. Like all Chinese companies, TikTok is ultimately beholden to the Chinese government and the CCP.

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