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How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps – It Really Works

Reddit user admancb recently shared these hilarious pictures of his cat being trapped in a circle. It has since started an internet sensation called Trick Your Cat With A Circle!

After a few users on Reddit and Imgur noticed that their cats are attracted to circles, submissions poured in of other cat owners trying these low-tech traps on their feline friends.

It’s pretty simple.. First, make a circle. 75% of cats will walk to the circle and stay there. No explanation at all. Cats are attracted to circles for some reason and chances are very high if you make a circle, your cat will be compelled to trap itself inside of it. Seriously, try it if you have a cat.

Second, take a picture of your cat in the cat circle. Third, share your pictures with your friends! Amazingly enough, some cats did stay in these circles while others were a little more wild.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

Start with a circle made out of anything.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

Watch your cat inspect the circle, then sit in the middle of the cat circle. Seriously.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

The circle does offer a pretty decent view!

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

Here’s another submission of the cat do the same thing when the circle is made of red tape.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

The cat must inspect the circle first. It definitely doesn’t want to fall for any tricks.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

Well, guess the cat likes the red tape as well.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

The cat looks pretty content in the circle.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

Time to test if the cat prefers a big or small circle.

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

I wonder why it went for the small one first?

How To Trap Your Cat In 3 Easy Steps - It Really Works

It is probably because cats love to sit in the smallest spot possible and make themselves cozy.

H/T: Reddit

I can’t believe that this actually worked. Can anyone explain this? Please?!