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5 hilarious videos of cats in boxes that’ll make you laugh more than you expect

Cat's head sticking out the top of box cat-happy
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Boxes are cardboard catnip for cats. Regardless of their size or shape, a cat will want to squeeze inside. Check out these five hilarious clips to see what we mean.

By Zoë Monk

Published on the 15/04/2021, 18:00

Cats are well known for climbing into boxes. They seem to enjoy the comfort and security they get from enclosed spaces. 

But even a box that looks a little small or is an awkward shape won't put off a cat

Cat vs boxes

Every box must be investigated and conquered by our feline friends. And it’s not just boxes that cats love. Cats will curl up in bathroom sinks, shopping bags, slink into bowls or remarkably, even your sock.

Don’t believe us? Then check out these five hilarious videos of cats vs boxes:

1. I will fit, I will fit!

Even if it means ending up on its head, this cat is determined that it will fit in this container. Their furry sibling in the box doesn’t look too sure.

 

❤❤Edit 22/12/20❤❤ Loving the fact that this video got soooo many likes , comments and shares and I thank you all But... Let's clear this up shall we these are not my cats I discovered the video from who knows where and I loved it just as much as you all do. I do however have 5 cats of my own that are just as bonkers 🤣 Loving all your cat pics too Thanks for all the 💜 **************** Good morning🤗 Remember to be yourself no matter who is around you 😁👇🤣

Posted by Louise Baines on Wednesday, November 18, 2020

2. Choo Choo cat

As their whiskered sibling looks on in sheer bewilderment, this black cat doesn’t just want to sit in his box. He wants to drive it.

Curious about the things your cat does? Check out our guide to cat behaviour.

3. Cardboard kitty obstacle course

The owner of these fluffy felines turns their home into a cardboard playground.

4. Cardboard box neighbours

Create cardboard box apartments for your cat and see what happens (some kitties may prove to be more neighbourly than others).

5. It doesn’t have to be a cardboard box

As this compilation shows, it doesn’t have to be a cardboard box. Anything that your cat can try to squeeze themselves into will do.

Already own a cat or plan to adopt one soon? Check out our top 5 tips on how to care for your cat