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These Cats Just Showed up Inside Random Houses and Made Themselves at Home

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If you can say one thing about cats, it’s that they do whatever the hell they please and they live by their own set of rules.

And sometimes, they even invite themselves into the homes of complete strangers. Maybe they wanted a place to sleep or a bite to eat. Or maybe they just needed a little snuggle session with a human being.

Whatever the case, these cats barged their way into random houses and the owners told people about their stories online.

Let’s check them out!

1. Now a gruesome twosome.

I hope they get along…

I do have a cat,he's the cat on the left.The cat on the right is not my cat.He would very much like to be my cat.I…

Posted by Ken Reader on Saturday, January 18, 2020

2. Would you like to take a ride?

Isn’t that unusual?

My stroller, not my cat. This is Ralph. Ralph decided he wanted to hitch a ride around the neighborhood.

Posted by Jaime Stahnke on Tuesday, March 10, 2020

3. You have a visitor.

And this visitor might not be leaving…

My deck, not my cat or dog!!My neighbor's pets came to visit me this morning!!

Posted by Eva Wiedeman on Friday, April 3, 2020

4. Yes, that’s how you get a cat.

Come on in!

Is this how one acquires a cat? 🤔

Posted by Laura Solomons on Thursday, March 26, 2020

5. What’s going on here?

You’re a cat, not a baby!

My baby’s bassinet, not my cat

Posted by Meera Paleja on Wednesday, January 29, 2020

6. New best friends.

They’ve officially taken over the couch.

My dog, my couch. Not my cat.

Posted by Natalia Elisa on Friday, January 24, 2020

7. She’s a wanderer.

And a good houseguest!

My bed. Not my cat. Left the front door open and came into my room to find this kitty.Update: She was super determined…

Posted by Claire Arthur on Thursday, June 4, 2020

8. It’s time for you to go.

Oh, Sharon…

This is Sharon. Sharon would sneak in the house on a daily basis and pretend to be asleep when we had to escort her out. Sharon is not our cat, nor do we know if she is actually called Sharon.

Posted by Hannah Green on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

9. You’re not allowed to leave.

Being intimidated by a stray.

Literally had to email my boss that I could not come in today. I included this photo as evidence. Everytime I tried to leave, the cat would try to enter the house. This is not my cat.

Posted by Erica Smeltzer on Saturday, July 11, 2020

10. Would you like to join me?

Oh right, cats don’t like water.

My bath not my cat. She belongs to my neighbour & they don’t have a catflap so she spends a lot of time with us. First time she’s sat with my while I had a bath though!

Posted by Cass Boon on Saturday, July 11, 2020

11. Of course you let him in.

You had no other choice.

Was making coffee and heard a strange sound coming from outside. Opened the curtains to find this ginger clinging to my…

Posted by Mackenzie Clippard on Friday, July 10, 2020

12. Help her cool off!

This is hilarious.

Update on Tuxie, at my house, NOT my cat.She appears to be in great distress on the porch sofa, striking the "roadkill" pose until I turn a fan on to cool her off.The struggle of "not my cat" is real.

Posted by Tony Liggett on Friday, July 10, 2020

Now we want to hear from all of you out there.

In the comments, tell us the stories behind how you got your furry best friends.

Who knows, there might even be more some more stories out there about uninvited guests who ended up living with folks forever.

Please and thank you!