10 Signs Your Cat Might be an Alien

alien cats

Have you ever looked at your cat and thought, boy, he must be an alien? I know that when we had our cat, I did that on a regular basis. I mean, that thing was a certified lunatic at times. There were times my husband and I were certain that our cat was all the things that was wrong in the world, and we just knew.

We knew he was an alien. And that, my friends, leads me to this. These are alien cats; the signs are all there. So, if you are in the midst of suspecting your cat is an alien, let me show you the signs.

cat biting a human

Your cat loves to chew on you. When your cat spends more time chewing on you than doing anything else, it might be because he is an alien who is looking for a good way to take your DNA, your blood or even your soul. You just never know.

cat caught in the act

Your cat has strange habits you cannot explain, and that’s fine. But when you catch your cat doing things like this and pretending you cannot see him, he might think that he’s in his alien form and is still invisible to your naked eye. He’s not.

cat in the mirror

Your cat cannot look in a mirror. As vain as cats really are, you might find that yours is unable to look in the mirror. When he does, his adorable face turns into what can only be described as a scary alien monster. If you see his alien reflection, he will have to kill you.

cat like this

Your cats look at you like this. If you ever find your cat, and a baby that looks just like it, staring at you like this, it’s probably because it is an alien. This cat and her baby are clearly not from this planet. They’re judging you for your human stupidity as you can clearly see by their alien intelligence.

cat looks at you like this

This is your cat. If this is your cat, you should probably know you have an alien on your hands. Not just any alien, though. You have the grouchy old man of all aliens.

cat sitting like this

Your cat sits like this and stares out the window into space. Because, obviously, space is where your cat lives so why would he not want to sit in his unreal position and stare into it?

cat staring

Your cat is always watching. One day, when the cat aliens take over the world, they want to know ho wto behave and what to do. That means they watch; all the time.

cat with ability to turn its head like this

Your cat can maneuver its body like this. If you catch your cat in positions such as this one, it’s probably because he is just an alien doing alien things.

cat with demon mouth

Your cat makes this face when he sees his weakness. It’s the sign of an alien in every situation. This cat cannot handle ice cream, and he is worried his human has figured out how to remove the alien from the cat host’s body.

evil cat

Your cat is obsessed with killing inanimate objects. It’s what aliens do when they are afraid that something might be poison to their alien spirit.

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