Tastefully Offensive: Cat Gets Caught Stealing From Drawer

Aug 23, 2013

Cat Gets Caught Stealing From Drawer


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65 comments:

Mrs. Garthe said...

I'm a little worried about this cat; he looks too scared of whoever is filming.

tastefullyoffensive.com said...

If he was scared he would run away (that's what cats do).

Winter Storm Dragon said...

Nah, That's Just It's FeaturesMaking It Look So Scared.

chester said...

Concern troll.

Maggie Valera said...

It's called guilt. A rare response these days even in humans, but this is what it looks like.

Scott Mackay said...

LMAO
thanks

Marc said...

First time I've seen a cat looking guilty. Normally they act like they own the place.

Jiani Yu Williams said...

Too funny. After all of that, I'd just give him what he was after, lol.

Katie Marbley said...

Exactly. I catch my cats pulling socks and undies out of my drawers everyday...and they slowly step back, watching my every move. They know when they are busted!

Katie Marbley said...

This is my cat everyday! He knows he is doing wrong. I try not to laugh when they have that "look" on his little face.

DeEnergize said...

TOOOO cute.

Han said...

I agree something is seriously wrong with the look the cat is giving. It's a fight response due to the tail fluffing up and the ears are back:(

Marie Illingworth said...

The cat is a Scottish Fold. Its 'expression' is typical for the breed.

"A breed of cat with a natural dominant-gene mutation that makes its ear cartilage contain a fold, causing the ears to bend forward and down towards the front of their head, which gives the cat what is often described as an 'owl-like' appearance."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Fold

arabylilac said...

I particularly like the choice of color of this kitty.

tbroadway said...

it wanted some red mesh..lol

Jiani Yu Williams said...

Cat: If I can just get this cat treat out without her knowing. (cat has a feeling that owner is watching. He turns and sees the owner) Cat: Damn!

Jiani Yu Williams said...

Love that breed of cat.

Jiani Yu Williams said...

Your underwear draw? I wonder why?

Anon said...

He's not guilty! ...look at his eyes! @_@

Laurie Bergeron Duplantis said...

This is just too cute! He's got this look on his face like "Oh damn, she caught me. Don't make any sudden moves and maybe I won't be in too much trouble!"

Annie said...

Cute cat look so guilty! Lol!

mharper42 said...

Put it back, Stinker!

Grondor said...

Humans are the only animal capable of guilt or shame. Animals can experience a conditioned response of fear. They do something which they know humans consider bad, they get punished, and learn what expect when they're caught. I saw nothing like that in this video, though, the cat's expression looks normal to me, for that breed.

Melissa Kundert Crimmins said...

he's like, "oh there you are...it's all here"

Tracy said...

He is probably just afraid of the phone or whatever it was they were using to capture his clever task.

Kat said...

Some cats are just always nasty... My cat puffs and hisses every time someone comes near. My other one hangs with all the neighbors & their dogs!

Jason said...

that poor cat has the most guiltiest look on her face...Priceless.

penny said...

dude, most guiltiest? learn english.

Mike said...

I think if there was a need for worry, there wouldn't be a video to watch.

Hugo said...

*Dude* *Learn* *English*

Suzanne said...

ROFL!! Busted! The Scotties are so cute! <3

Jessica said...

Apparently you have never seen a Scottish Fold before... that is just how they are...

Gavin Harrington said...

What a load of shite.

AdalynLeigh said...

Oh my god when the cat closed the drawer again and had that guilty look on its face...oh.my.god.

kelsey said...

yeah, one of my cats was terrified of cameras. it's totally possible.

Farhan said...

OH GOD I am caught, what can I do. A total surprise look and its natural. It looked my son when he was caught getting his favorite cookies.

Alyssa H said...

awww cute reminds of puss in boots with those eyes

Danielle Georgina Brown said...

You just won the internet. I'm going to steal this comment.

Katrina Soundy said...

Does nobody notice how the cat slowly closes the drawer again once he makes eye contact with the camera?

Shirley-Anne Benson said...

I diddn't think the lovely cat was scared - Body language did not indicate that. I loved his expression when he realised he had been caught in the act. A priceless video - Such an adorable cat as well. Could just about read his expression - "Not me really - I diddn't do it" lol :-)

LilNicky said...

Grondor... Your ignorance astounds me, honestly... Humans are not the only ones who feel guilt etc. Do your research before you type next time alright? I hate it when people go on about how animals have no emotions. Look at lover bird's, primates, dolphins, hell even some insects and you can see there not only capable of emotion but complex thought patterns as well.

Brent Ferris said...

those of you that say that's a normal response for that breed may be correct, but i don't think the hair standing on end and puffy tail is normal for the breed. That is a sign of extreme fear, like when they see a dog or something.

Kiko said...

It was clear he knew what he was doing was wrong. My cat does the exact same thing when she knows she did something that I will punish her for, slowly stop what they're doing and stare at the human until they make a move, then will most likely flee.

Stephen Conklin said...

How d;ya figure? Cats have emotions. What makes you think they aren't capable of remorse or guilt?

Jay said...

I love the way he closes the drawer slowly LOL!!

Jerri White said...

This is the CUTEST kitten! Or grey kitten doesn't want to take things out, she likes to climb in behind the drawer. And then you can't close the drawer and have to take the whole drawer out to try and drag her out of there!

Sophia Jarrett Bridge said...

Can I say guilty looking?

Sophia Jarrett Bridge said...

no matter what it was??

Sophia Jarrett Bridge said...

I'm sure EVERYONE noticed...

Sophia Jarrett Bridge said...

he's just bombed at getting caught...and wondering what happens next..

Conspiracy Einstein said...

Yeah, that's not guilt. That's LSD.

Conspiracy Einstein said...

Thank you, Capt'n. You'll be Maj'r Grammar in no time!

ttoon said...

Has the perfect ears for this caper.

Cindy Waiting said...

Has nothing to do with the breed, he was caught in the act Ha!

Maggie Valera said...

You must not be an animal owner if you believe that. Dogs & cats are quite capable of emotions like guilt. You can walk into a room with something messed up and say "who did this" and only the responsible animal will respond, sometimes the others will even point the responsible party out.

Morgan said...

"Ohhh hello, ummm you didnt see anything....LOOK INTO MY KITTY EYES"

fatcat said...

Cat was just caught in the act lol he's not scared. Scottish folds just look this way. Low ears. He's just startled! Cute kitty and super cute video. They got him good!haha

Kylie Knott said...

"This isn't the cat you're looking for...." soooo funny!

thatoneguy said...

"One" of my cats? Enough said.

kelsey said...

"enough said"...about what?

Peter Gumingsbinosavitchski said...

yes so adorable and yet the look of guilt ;-)

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Mosh said...

I don't think he feels guilty, I think his owner just caught him off guard and gave him a jump haha, kind of like if you're busy doing something and turn around to see someone you didn't even hear approach you. The cat was probably even more confused when he saw his owner just standing there staring at him, haha.

YornTHARIPPA said...

yea we keep underestimating animals..

Puilam said...

Actually, there was a documentary by Nova, called "What Are Animals Thinking?" that had a segment showing that [dogs, at least, since that was the specific experiment] don't really understand "guilt." Basically, they put the dog in a room, have the owner leave a treat and tell the dog not to eat it, and then have the owner leave. Another person in the room would take the treat and hide it. When the owner returned, they were told that the dog had eaten the treat, whereupon the owner would start reprimanding their dog ("Bad dog!", "No!", etc.). The dog would look guilty, despite not actually having done it, whimpering and looking away. They don't feel the guilt, they just react to being scolded.
BUT the documentary goes on to say that it's not that they don't have morals, they just have different morals from us humans. (For example, they know when they've been wronged (which is a different segment of the documentary, so I won't go into that).).

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