This Cat Is Way Too Good At Hiding, Can You Spot The Cat Hidden In These Photos

Cats are stealthy ninja pets who can make themselves everything except disappear by hiding in the little corners of your life. If they get spooked by something or if they simply don't like you very much, they can be difficult to find. Whenever writer and comedian Grace Spelman moved to another house in New York back in October, her cat, charmingly named Pierogi, started hiding in any nook or corner she could find. Grace started taking photos of all the hidden Pierogi scenes and sharing them with her fans on Twitter. Looking for Pierogi in Spelman's photographs has turned out to be one of the games on the Internet.

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Cats are stealthy ninja pets who can make themselves everything except disappear by hiding in the little corners of your life. If they get spooked by something or if they simply don’t like you very much, they can be difficult to find. Whenever writer and comedian Grace Spelman moved to another house in New York back in October, her cat, charmingly named Pierogi, started hiding in any nook or corner she could find. Grace started taking photos of all the hidden Pierogi scenes and sharing them with her fans on Twitter. Looking for Pierogi in Spelman’s photographs has turned out to be one of the games on the Internet.

First, for reference, we’d like to introduce you to Pierogi:

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She’s adorable, she’s fierce, and she’s extraordinarily adept at relaxing on her owner like a human. Pierogi loves tuna from a can, long walks on the beach, and hiding in every corner of her owner’s apartment. Alright, serious. We’ll show you a photo and let you scan for this little one. Then, in the following photograph, we’ll uncover where she was hiding. Let’s find Pierogi!

Find Pierogi #1

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We’re starting off with a tricky one, however, we ensure that once you discover her, you’ll laugh your little head off. Need an insight? Try not to give Pierogi hit ya on the way out!

Find Pierogi #1 Answer

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Boop! There’s Pierogi, looking out from behind the door. She heard her name and she popped out to ask, “Hey there? You talkin’ about me? Whatcha saying?”

Find Pierogi #2

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Remember, Spelman was moving when she took these photos, so the wreckage is understandable. If you still a need a clue to discover Pierogi, remember: In the winter, this Pierogi-hiding object will come in handy. Click on the next page to continue.

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