Puzzles are not usually easy to complete. Luckily, the cats are there to help us.
If you accidentally cover the puzzle with a sheet and it can’t breathe anymore, it’s okay, the cat will destroy it. Or you’ve been struggling with the pieces for hours and don’t even want to look at it anymore, then your hairball will throw it to the ground as soon as it sees your frustration.
Here we’ve compiled a list of pictures that show how determined cats are when it comes to giving their owners a paw, and looking at the images, it’s clear that they don’t rest until they get their way.
1. I’ve been trying to protect the cat-proof puzzle, but he’s tenacious
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2. I was going to continue with the puzzle…
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3. I spent a week doing this puzzle
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4. I left the door open for a minute and I heard something fall
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5. Why I Lock Him Out Of The Room When Doing A Puzzle: Exhibit A
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6. When you feel compelled to get under the puzzle
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7. Snowy, destroyer of worlds
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8. How dare we do a puzzle in his throne room…
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9. You want to start the puzzle? I don’t think so.
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If you really want to do a puzzle and your pet won’t let you, maybe it’s because you don’t pay enough attention to him. “Boredom and excess energy are two common reasons for unwanted behavior in pets. While families are busy working or studying from home, it’s important that dogs and cats do the same. In addition to physical exercise, there are many free and fun ways to get them to exercise their minds from the comfort of their homes,” explains Pamela Reid, vice president of the ASPCA.
11. These 3D puzzles are amazing
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12. Resting on the pieces
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13. Try to finish your puzzle now, peasant
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14. Ugh, Such A Cathole
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15. We have a lot of puzzles at home and Toby has discovered that he likes them
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First, think about offering your cat food or treats in food toys. Provide objects to explore, such as cardboard boxes, paper bags without handles, wrapping paper and toys that encourage them to investigate their paw openings.
“Also, think about training your cat to learn tricks and useful things, like sitting, coming, or fetching.”
Also, you can put bird and squirrel feeders in the windows where your cat can sit and watch during the day, or put videos of birds and squirrels on the screen.
16. That’s my table, human.
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17. Today we did a puzzle
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18. Say hello to Betts and goodbye to the 1,000-piece puzzle that was almost finished
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19. Puzzle blocked
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20. The reason it takes us so long to finish a puzzle
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21. 5 pieces left when the disaster, called Momo, made its appearance
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22. My first attempt to do a puzzle with two cats
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23. Give it to me, I’ll put it in the right spot!
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24. Cat VS Puzzle
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25. I’m not good at puzzles, but I became obsessed with this one. This morning, my cat destroyed it
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26. Thessaly is puzzle now
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