Cats at the Bar: Why do cats steal your chair…

Hi everyone,

We are back for another cute entry in Cats at the Bar to help us all get over the hump day!

So you have come to sit down here? Well this cat sure says no to that LOL.

Do you find your cats always take over the chair / sofa etc just when you decide to use it? Yep this happens to us all the time too…

What is your cats’ favourite spot to hide?

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15 thoughts on “Cats at the Bar: Why do cats steal your chair…

  1. Have to be careful because sometimes they are so sneaky. Ya don’t even realize they have snuck into the spot you just vacated. Gotta make sure you don’t sit on them.

    If my cat is HIDING, she hides under the bed, but otherwise I think they cloak themselves (invisibility cloak) just like they turn to lead when you want to pick them up and they don’t want to be moved. Cats have magic powers!

  2. It’s a power and control thing. The best seat is the one that someone else deludes themself into thinking is theirs. And cats like to remind us that they’re the ones who decide where you’re allowed to sit. Learn your place, OK?

  3. We prefer to kick the humans out of the chair. Mom is really easy to stare down, but waiting for her to get up to do something works too. That way it’s nice and warm. Snoops and Kommando Kitty

  4. Cat Emma: the Ali Baba basket. The old leather suitcase on top of the wardrobe. The shelf between the radiator and the front window. None of these are human haunts.

    Cat Suzy: The bed, especially when I want to make it and above all when I want to change a sheet. The desktop table, especially the keyboard. The dresser with a view through a back upstairs window. That’s the only haunt of hers that doesn’t cause a few problems.

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