Cat Litter Memes to Make You Laugh Right Meow
Cats really shine on the Internet. There are hilarious videos of cats zooming around the house, Instagram catfluencers that make sleeping 24/7 look exciting, and tons of memes poking fun at your furry friend’s antics.The obsession really reached new heights when cat litter memes — yep, you heard that right — became a thing. These memes find a way to make our cat’s mundane (borderline, gross?) habits downright LOL-worthy. Not only do they tap into the joy that a cat finds in its own litter box antics, but these memes play along with the struggles that owners face every day (like constantly sweeping non-clumping cat litter in every nook and cranny of their house).
While the goal of cat memes is to get you laughing, they also provide a sense of comfort for cat owners trying to handle their cat’s quirks, antics and very complex personalities. Here, take a look at some seriously relatable cat litter memes, as well as a quick look into the history of how they came to be.
The History of Cat Memes
Cats have been popular for, well, forever. Cat memes, on the other hand, have a brief history. Funky Junk’s Ceiling Cat was one of the first cat memes to take off. ICYMI: Ceiling Cat, also known as Stalker Kitty, shows a cat poking its head out of a hole in the ceiling, often implying that it’s spying on its owner in unfortunate positions … like when they’ve shamelessly watched eight hours of Real Housewives in a row. Then came YTMND and 4chan’s Limecat, a sourpuss with a lime on its head. Serious Cat from 2channel had a similar charm about him with a resting b*tch face that many cat lovers could relate to.
Once 2010 hit, cat memes became commonplace — some tapped into the feline’s curious and devious personalities, others focused on their attitude (catitude, if you will) toward their owners, other cats, the whole world. But as time has gone on, cat memes have gotten more specific — cat litter memes, for example — giving those who own and love cats a good laugh.
Why Cat Memes are Great for Cat Lovers and Friends
Ya know that time your cat made a mess of their food and water station (so, yesterday)? Well, cat memes are a great way to find a silver lining in the otherwise frustrating moments that come with owning and caring for these feisty felines. Really, there’s a comfort in knowing that you’re not alone because other people’s cats go to the bathroom right outside of their litter box, stare down their owner at all hours of the day or get the zoomies in the wee hours of the morning. But more than anything, cat memes provide a great escape for cat owners, lovers and anyone in need of an occasional laugh.
The Best Cat Litter Memes on the Internet
If you can’t laugh at your cat’s questionable bathroom habits, then what’s the point? These all-too-relatable cat litter memes will have you ROFL.
It’s always a nice surprise when cats leave a little gift right outside of the litter box. Cue the sarcasm. Seriously, you made it all the way there, why not finish the job?! There are some things we’ll just never understand.
As frustrating as it might be, we can’t really blame them for this because we do the same. Think about it: You get a thrill of slipping into a bed with freshly-washed sheets or being the first to hop in the shower after giving it a deep clean. The same applies to your cats and their litter box.
And other cat memes we love:
10 Other Cat Memes That Keep Us Laughing
Your cat’s bathroom habits can be funny business, but there’s so much more to explore, from their knack for making a bed out of paper to the occasional hairball. These hilarious cat memes cover it all.
Cats take hangry to a whole new level. It really doesn’t make sense, given the fact that they typically have a bowl of dry cat food on constant rotation. Somehow, it still isn’t enough!
You can spend a fortune on cat trees, toys and scratching posts, but your cat will still hunt down any (and every) plastic bag, newspaper or, in this case, ladder. You might also just give up and give them what they really want: a six-foot ladder to climb up. (FYI: This is not recommended.)
When in doubt, question your cat. You probably won’t even have to ask many questions because the look on their face will say it all.
No one understands the value of a good night’s (or day’s) rest quite like a cat. Most felines clock in 16-18 hours of sleep a day, which let’s face it, is every human’s dream.
That fuzzy throw that you gave them a few years ago? It might as well be yours now because they’d rather snuggle up on a bed of paper — magazines, newspapers, mail, your kid’s homework, the important notes you need for work, all of it.
Generally speaking, cats are slow creatures, either sleeping all day or lazily meandering from room to room. But every now and again, they’ll get a burst of energy — the cat zoomies — and they’ll sprint from one place to the next. Typically, it doesn’t disturb anyone else in the house unless it happens in the dead of night or you happen to be in their way when the energy strikes.
When cats find themselves in compromising positions, they tend to just stick around instead of plotting an escape. They’ll hang out anywhere and everywhere: a window ledge tucked away in the back of a kitchen cabinet or, in this case, wedged in a grill.
Hairballs are the bane of every cat owner’s existence. They always seem to pop up in the places you’d least expect, like on your fresh linens or favorite jacket. At least, you can rest easy knowing that it’s never intentional. Things happen, and sometimes your favorite leather jacket has to take the fall!
Shark cat is on the loose! Dangle a foot, finger or piece of string in front of your cat, and they’ll tap into their hunting side. It’s always cute … until it isn’t, a.k.a. when there’s blood.
Sometimes, the truth hurts. Everything your cat does, whether they’re curled up on the couch or scaling the banister, is picture-worthy. Just scroll through your camera roll to see what we mean.
Give your funny kitty the cat litter they’ll love by choosing Skoon. They will love it, and you’ll appreciate less of a mess when they do their business.