A Gallery of Cats on Their Hind Legs

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They don’t do it nearly as often as their canine counterparts but when a cat stands on its hind legs its a moment you really don’t want to miss.  More so because as I said they don’t do it all that often so it looks really interesting when they do in fact decide to make the jump up.   Try and get your can on their hind legs by using things like  a ball of string or even food.  Then make sure you capture the picture and send it to us!  But just in case it takes you a while this gallery should get you by.  Be sure to click “next” beneath each picture to view them all….

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