And now, here are more pics of cats in tight spaces!

And now, here are more pics of cats in tight spaces!
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And now, here are more pics of cats in tight spaces!
Cats are notorious for squeezing themselves into spaces where there really isn’t room for them. If you’ve ever owned a cat, then you’re familiar with their almost magical ability to fit themselves into places where they really shouldn’t be. From squeezing into boxes that are just too small to pressing themselves into dresser drawers, cats seem drawn to these tight, challenging spaces. In New York City, space can be tight. Are cats affected by living in small apartments?Cats have a strong determination to fit into tight spaces and they never fail to amaze us, but these cats are the best of their best.A reminder that cats can get through some amazingly tight spaces, including brick garden walls apparently.
To cats, smaller spaces feel safer. When they want to sleep, especially if they need to sleep deeply, cats tend to search for smaller, den-like spaces to snooze in. Considering that they sleep for the majority of the day, it makes sense that they like to feel safe, and tighter spots provide that security. To them, being crammed in a tiny basket is safer than being sprawled out on the couch.Most cats have a very obstinate determination to fit into tight spaces. However, some of the following felines are in a league of their own, cramming themselves into hilariously small spots. It doesn’t matter how tiny the spaces are, if they can manage to squeeze themselves into a spot, you can be sure that they’ll take …Most cats have a very obstinate determination to fit into tight spaces. However, some of the following felines are in a league of their own, cramming themselves into hilariously small spots. It doesn’t matter how tiny the spaces are, if they can manage to squeeze themselves into a spot, you can be sure that they’ll take …So the short answer to your question is “Because they can.” But that still doesn’t explain why cats are sometimes attracted to beds, containers and more that would seem to not be a very accommodating fit. Anitra Frazier and Norma Eckroate, authors of The Natural Cat: The Comprehensive Guide to Optimum Care, say that cats “feel safe” in tighter spaces.Most cats have a very obstinate determination to fit into tight spaces. However, some of the following felines are in a league of their own, cramming themselves into hilariously small spots. It doesn’t matter how tiny the spaces are, if they can manage to squeeze themselves into a spot, you can be sure that they’ll take …These funny cats in boxes, are jumping, diving, and squeezing into small boxes and other tight spaces. They are really cute so my kitty care had to stop laughing and share this – watch them plunge headfirst into boxes, diligently crawl into impossibly small vases…and make us laugh!Cats are able to squeeze through spaces that seem narrower than they are because cats don't have a rigid collarbone to block their way through nooks and crannies. Once they can get their head and shoulders through, their sleek bodies present no further obstacle. That's if those bodies are sleek, of course. The world is full of fat cats, after all, and for these chubby felines, fitting through tiny holes is not a sure bet. Cats may find themselves in a tight spot because they don't realize they can't fit through. That's because a cat's whiskers — super-sensitive specialized hairs — spread roughly as wide as a does, normally allowing the cat to gauge where she can slide through. But they don't grow longer as a gets wider, which often leads corpulent cats into sticky situations.We may never be 100% sure just why cats love to cram themselves into small spaces, but it probably has something to do with predation and safety. Cats are stalkers that rely on stealth and cover to hunt their prey. Most house cats have nothing to hunt, but their instinct to stay hidden remains. On the other hand, cats also enjoy tight places because they help them feel more secure – they can’t be reached and can easily observe their surroundings. Cats are small enough that they still must rely on prey instincts as well.