The Funniest “My House, Not My Cat” Moments

They say a man’s home is his castle. That may be true. But only until a cat invites itself over and claims the place. And it happens more often than you might think. Featured below are the funniest entries Facebook group My House, Not My Cat. Scroll down, check it out, and don’t forget to leave a comment if you’ve experienced something similar!

My house, not my cat.
As reported by Matt Hendry

My house, not my cat.
As reported by Sheridan Branting

Not my cats.
As reported by Morgan Wilson

Got food?
As reported by Valerie Quintrell

This is how you get a cat.
As reported by Ciara Hewitt

Crumpet sits on my decking each and every morning and stares through the door awaiting his daily tribute.
As reported by Gregory Hawk Hauling Swales

Ted was thirsty.
As reported by Anne Mullis

Snuggly invader.
As reported by Zarah Elizabeth Beishline

As reported by Lisa Martin

Wait a minute...
As reported by Emma Jane Strong

Not my cat!
As reported by Bethany Burnett

Amazon security cat.
As reported by Brigitte Baker

Halloween blessing.
As reported by Valerie Slade

He likes to watch TV.
As reported by Yael Gold

My house, not my kitten.
As reported by Sajoel Hauberg

My house, not my cat.
As reported by Jordyn Oshman

Not my cat.
As reported by Er Orzo

My house, not my cat.
As reported by Anne Mullis

Not my house either.
As reported by Susan Glass

My house, but not my cat.
As reported by Heather Nicole Creech

House invasion.
As reported by Bobbi Barry

Cat vs. plant.
As reported by Jackie Simmonds

My house, not my "cat".
As reported by Michelle Slater

11 thoughts on “The Funniest “My House, Not My Cat” Moments”

  1. Cats are extremely generous. Sharing your bacon with a random guy and letting him follow you home should not be taken for granted.

  2. “My cat” never comes inside and doesn’t even know me if we meet outside by chance. That is of course until the first snow flakes fall (usually in November) and then he is a strictly indoor animal for about 4 months who never leaves my side. Who’s cat is he the rest 8 months of the year?

  3. My cat used to go to the neighbors’ house for a nap on their bed every day. The neighbors were retired with no kids. We had (noisy) kids. Our cat had an escape!

  4. My neighbor got a cat. 6years ago, the cat was 18yrs old, they bought a dog.
    The cat thought:”No way. A dumb dog in my house? Well, i have to leave.”
    He enterd my home… Now he is 24years old.

  5. thankyou for all the cat stories-it helps me to recover our almost 18 year cat passing-yes there will be another moggy later

  6. A friend has a son who lives nearby. They have lots of children, so the cat always looked a bit scruffy. One day the cat disappeared. They live in a semi rural area so it was likely a coyote might have snatched it. A few months later it returned looking quite well fed and neatly groomed.

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