There’s something wrong with the cat

You might have realised Starts at 60 likes to have a little bit of fun from time to time. Earlier
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You might have realised Starts at 60 likes to have a little bit of fun from time to time. Earlier this month a photograph of a couple embracing at the beach flummoxed a lot of people as they tried to figure out what weird thing was going on.

If you’ve had enough of that then this optical illusion is certainly much cuter and less frustrating.

Taken by Japanese photographer and Twitter user Hanamomo, who currently lives in the United Arab Emirates, this photograph of a cat strolling across the sand might have you scratching your head as you try and figure out if what you are seeing is actually real.

We don’t want to spoil the fun, so if you happen to figure it out (and it shouldn’t be that hard) share it with your friends.

Think you’ve got this one figured out? Let us know in the comments.

  1. Denise Stevens  

    Hole in the stomach shows sand (well it looks that way ) 😀

  2. elena  

    Cats are clever than we like to think. This cute creature just enjoy life in the Nature…

  3. Mia Van Der Stam  

    This cutie looks happy- think it is stretched out on its back, sunbaking-

  4. loraines  

    A tortoiseshell cat chasing birds on the beach. What’s to wonder about? The fact that the owner is not sufficiently responsible to keep the cat safely indoors?

  5. Hels  

    one eye looks oval and the other round. Is the cat stuffed?

  6. Lyn  

    Is it that most pet cats don’t have round pupils, but vertical slits that narrow and fill according to the light. I’ve noticed lions with round pupils, though.

  7. Margie  

    Cat has oval shaped marking on its’ rear left side.
    The top part of marking is tan, in colour.
    The bottom part of marking is black, in colour.
    So ‘tan on top of black’.

    Obviously many people haven’t had to deal with ‘piebald’ & ‘skewbald’ horse colourings, otherwise they’d get in the two seconds’ I did!

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