For any cat owners out there, you know that one of the hardest parts about having a cat is finding your cat.
You come home, go to their litter box, and what do you know? Macavity's not there (if you understand that reference, I apologize, but also, are you blind when you're born or can you just see in the dark?). They hide in all those nooks and crannies that you would never think of/would never want to go looking in, but sure enough, there they are on the top shelf of your knife cabinet. But, why are cats just so darn good at hiding? Well, Pulptastic may have finally cracked the code.
Because they can go where no man is allowed to go.
Because even when they're playing dirty, they're getting clean.
Because hiding BEHIND doors is SO last year.
Because they know that you'll be too busy looking for them to make a pot of tea.
Because, even after a day of hiding, they never get "exhausted".
Because hide and seek isn't the only game they're going to screw you over at.
Because they've taken lessons from Spider Man.
Because they'll do whatever it takes to win...even if it means becoming dinner.
Because they're so well read on hiding, you probably always find their nose deep in a book.
Because dishes and bowls make nice companions while they wait for you to find them.
Because you can't find anything in your purse anyway.
Because pussy cats can never get their mind out of the gutter.
Because they want to join the guitar pick that you're never going to find in here either.
Because they'll hide in places that you'll never want to look...like in your phone bill.
Because if the box is already empty, why would you be looking in the fridge for a beer?
Because, while he's hiding, he's giving his getaway car a tuneup.
Because this kitty can ride no handle bars...joking. If he rides without the handle bars, he may crash and die. Please don't let him do that.
Because who needs sunglasses in the car when you can have a kitten instead?