These Cats Are the Cutest Stretching Animals Around

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There is nothing I love more than watching my sweet 2-year-old twins stretch when I go to get them out of bed when it’s time to take our bigger girls to school in the morning. They are so sweet, so innocent and just so beautiful in their sleepy little happy place. I loved that more than anything when they were babies, too. There is just something so wonderful about a sweet, sleepy little person or animal that makes you want to melt a bit on the inside. I love a kitten or a puppy or a baby that stretches. It’s the most darling little thing I’ve ever seen, and I cannot even explain what it is that I love so much about it. It’s just beautiful and special, and I just love it so much.

These cats might not all be kittens, but they are stretching and we love that, too. They actually do a pretty good job of showing off their stretching skills as if they are humans. I love to see these because I can pick out stretches that look like the moves my husband makes, or the ones my kids make when they are getting up in the morning or just tired after a long day. Whatever it is, they are sweet doing it and I love that about them. These cats are going to make your Thursday just a little bit brighter, so go ahead and take a bit of stress off yourself today and watch this video for a pick-me-up.

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