This young woman got a new kitten and she is about to find out the hard way that parenting a small creature, be it human or not, is not a walk in the park. As any human parent to a human child would love to tell you, getting some alone time turns into a mission impossible when you have little ones to take care of.
Taking selfies, as it turns out, can also become a lot more difficult than it used to be. All this girl wanted was to try and take a cute picture of herself when her new kitten, or rather her new kitten’s booty, thought it should join the fun.
Living on a farm, or even visiting one, sounds like a splendid time. There are all these Wide Open Spaces, the connection with nature, and if you're lucky, new friends in the form of Barnyard animals. But if this picture is any indication, not all animals are very good friends, at least to each other.
Sure, these horses can feed from the same trough and sleep in the same Barn, but once there's a camera involved, it's all petty fights and passive aggression. This big guy wants to enjoy the spotlight all on his own? Not if the one at the back has any say in the matter.
Ticking Timer Bomb
Setting up a timer for a family picture is never as easy, simple, or effortless as movies and TV shows make it look. First off, there usually is only one person in the family who has an idea of how to operate it. Then there's the fact that people hold their poses and smiles for way longer than they're used to, which results in oftentimes creepy facial expressions.
However, after a few unsuccessful attempts, there is usually a product most family members are happy with. When you factor in a cat, though, there is one more thing to consider, as this family would happily tell you.
If pets are indeed capable of grasping the concept of the spirit of Christmas, we have a feeling that the dog in the picture did not get the memo. Good thing it has a cat friend to show him the ropes.
Don't worry if you can't see the cat right away, it took us a while too, possibly because of all of the Christmas decorations and twinkle lights or needing the frame, but it's there. Right under the tree to the right. All playful and furry, it is more than willing to teach its canine friend all about the true meaning of Christmas, which is obviously back scritches and yummy treats.
This sweet couple are clear fans of any and all kinds of art. They have artwork hanging on their living room wall and even their cat looks like a work of art. Just look at that detailed fur and bushy tail! In fact, we are told the cat is named Frida, presumably after Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
In our opinion, then, this picture and the cat in it don't really count as a photobomb at all. What we think happened here is that the two wanted to take a picture featuring the greatest passion, which would make the feline presence in the frame completely intentional.