If we saw a cat wandering around our neighborhood with a garage sale sign hanging off its back, we’d probably follow it to whatever sale he was advertising. This is the best way to advertise your garage sale. Who wouldn’t follow this cat? Unfortunately, these kinds of situations happen less than they should (via GallowBoob).
They look like they’re up to no good, and having a secret meeting. Maybe they’re planning their escape. Or maybe they’re planning to overrule their human. We’ll never really know. Luckily, real-life situations like this happen rarely… or more often than we think, it’s just done in secrecy. This Reddit user posted, “Charlie meets with his sheeple” (via b12ftw).
This cat is pushing the dog on a swing in the snow. It’s not something you see very often, or ever, so kudos to the Reddit user who managed to snap this photo. They said, “two pals hang out on the playground” (via Orange_Jacket).
What are they on the lookout for? The neighborhood dogs? Maybe they’re also planning their escape, like the sheep and cat. Again, it’s something we’ll never really have an answer to. When this Reddit user spotted them, they said, “pup decided to join kitty on lookout,” (via me_colin).
These ducks are worshiping this cat. In the second picture, the cat looks slightly terrified and unsure if it should move. It’s probably wondering that if it stays perfectly still, the ducks will disappear. By the fourth photo, it looks like it reached a blissful, enlightened state, which is when the “cat accepts duck religion.” Maybe we should all start to accept duck religion, too (via JaqishHampi).
This is quite an unusual friendship and not something we’d expect to see, which is why strange real-life situations are the most interesting. This cat seems perfectly content with the turtle climbing on its back (via ybroufx).
We can’t tell if this man is happy or stressed out. Firstly, how did the dog even manage to get up on his head? We have so many questions. Not only that, but he also has a dog on his lap. It’s a lot of furry love at the same time, that’s for sure (via mcpat21).