The golden rule among cat-kind—if it fits, I sits—is one that they surely live by. But it’s more than just proving once again their very liquid nature and fitting into hard-to-squeeze places—it is actually more a question of comfort, both in the sense that they want to feel safe and want to feel cozy. And who can blame them? Everyone wants that!
One Twitter user recently showed just how much cats love comfort. So much that they won’t care where they sit, even in a shrine, just so that they can get out of the rain.
Cats don’t like rain and will always look for a place to hide form it—even if it is a sacred shrine
Image credits: ttt_zegu952
Twitter user and photographer ttt_zegu952 has recently snapped some pictures of several cats (individually or together) chilling in a sacred cat shrine in Japan, completely ignoring the sacredness of the place so that they can get out of the rain.
Very appropriate for a cat to sit in a cat shrine, especially one surrounded by a number of maneki-neko, or beckoning cat…
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