Feline sassy! Hilarious signs warn people of cats’ VERY naughty behaviour – from darting for the door to pretending to be ‘malnourished’ to get more food
- People from around the world have shared hilarious signs wrote because of cats
- An exasperated owner warned that their cat liked to pretend it had not been fed
- Another said the cat was only screaming when she was taking him to a vet
As cat lovers know, our beloved felines can often be a big handful and are the sneakiest of creatures.
But some pet owners have clearly had enough of their animals’ antics and have created hilarious signs to warn strangers about their misbehaving cats.
The warnings, collated by Bored Panda and gathered from across the world, differ in nature – but many instruct people not to feed their cats, who are pretending to be hungry to score an extra treat.
One owner tired of opening the door for his feline friend posted a note on their front door to kindly ask people not to knock on the cat’s behalf.
Cat owner Diane had no choice but to share this note to reassure her neighbors after her cat took to screaming when she tried to take him to the vet. She also shared a hilarious note written from the perspective of the cat, calling her a ‘monster’
One owner made fun of their ‘shady’ cat, warning visitors they should avoid eye contact with the sneaky creature
In Austin, Texas, one feline seemed to resent their owner’s poster revealing the cat constantly lies about not being fed
People have shared hilarious notes from cat owners tired of their pets’ antics. One ‘cat sitter’ wrote a note to inform readers the cat would try to score treats and go out without a leash
In Florida, another cat seemed unhappy about their owner’s sign saying he was being fed and people should not listen to him
In the US, one owner warned his cat only liked to be pet to a certain degree, but that anything beyond that was tempting fate
One desperate owner left several signs warning visitors so that they wouldn’t let her cats out and even said one sneaky feline would look like he didn’t want to go out, but seize the opportunity when it would arise
Annoyed owners wrote a note on their front door to ask people to stop knocking when their cat appeared outside it, seemingly wanting to be let in
In this image, a collar on the neck of a ginger cat that lives near a park told worried passersby to ‘leave [it] alone’
In Australia, an exasperated owner called one of her cats a ‘calculating crook’ and the other a ‘liar’ in these hilarious sign warning people against giving them extra pats and treats
In London, an onlooker spotted this funny sign from a cat owner asking neighbours to stop feeding his cat, who was getting chubby
In London, another exasperated cat owner placed a note of their front door asking strangers to stop knocking it on behalf of their cat