Some people like to generalize about cats, and often times it's not quite fair. For instance, not all cats like to meow particularly loudly if you're 20 minutes late feeding them dinner. And there are some cats that have no interest in chasing around a red laser pointer dot. But here's something we can say about cats with near 100% certainty. And that's the fact that nearly every cat really, really likes hiding.
On the other hand, some cats are absolute ninjas when it comes to hiding. Sure, this cat in the pool table was discovered eventually. But if nobody was looking in the corner pocket at this exact moment, it's location would have remained a secret.
It's okay if you haven't been able to spot the cat in the log photo yet. Cats are just inherently clever, like the one in this picture. It's completely out in the open, and yet still manages to hide in plain site.
But let's get back to the cat that's somewhere in the picture of the logs. Folks on the internet were straining their eyes trying to spot that cat, but kept coming up short. And they were getting more and more frustrated.
Some people were putting a whole lot of extra effort into trying to see that cat. They pretty much thought the cat was like the Magic Eye Posters from the '90s, where if you un-focus just a little, the cat would suddenly make itself appear. Sadly, this was not the case.
Another person decided to turn the search for the cat into a joke. But this is no joking matter. We're talking about a cat that's either gone missing, or one that's developed a chameleon-like ability to blend into its surroundings. Either way, this is serious.
When it comes to Ninja skills, this cat has got to be near the top. It's almost impossible to know it's there...unless you turn on the water to wash your hands. If you do that, the cat's stealth abilities would instantly vanish.
In any case, the cat in the log photo is a true inspiration. All cats could learn a thing or two about it's incredibly ability to blend in. For instance, this cat needs to learn that covering your own eyes doesn't make you invisible. But with some practice, hopefully this cat will just get better and better.