Cats Who Can’t Figure Out Walls

Walls may seem simple to humans, but to cats they’re extremely complicated and take a lot of time to figure out.

Cat staring at wall.

Some cats find walls fascinating.

Some cats find walls to be confusing.

He's a scholar of brick masonry.

Some cats just love staring at walls.

They really find that wall fascinating.

The most interesting wall in the world.

Fascinating.

The most interesting wall in the world.

Cat trying to figure out complicated wall.

Walls are complicated. Not all cats can figure them out.

The most interesting box in the world.

Terribly interesting wall.

This must be the most interesting wall in the world.

Why is he staring at that wall?

Cat trying to figure out corner.

He finds this wall truly fascinating.

Cat trying to figure out the bathroom wall.

The most interesting wall in the world.

Cat staring at snow wall.

12 thoughts on “Cats Who Can’t Figure Out Walls”

  1. Some cats do this due to prosencephalon disease, which is nothing to make light of. Hopefully some of these photos are random shots and not something the cat does for prolonged amounts of time.

  2. When cats do that it’s actually a neurological disorder and they need to be taken to the vet immediately when putting their heads on the wall like that. Poor things

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  3. Sorry to be a downer, but…
    If your cat does this, it could be a sign of Feline Vestibular Disease.
    Definition:
    Feline vestibular disease is a condition in which a cat suddenly develops incoordination, falling or circling to one side, involuntary darting of the eyes back and forth (nystagmus), a head tilt, and often nausea or vomiting. These clinical signs usually appear suddenly, many times in less than an hour.
    If you notice your cat doing this, please take them to a vet.

  4. I’ve read that studies have shown that cats do that when they don’t feel well (i.e. a headache). Don’t know, I’m not a cat.

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