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Sometimes, a cat can be so excited that a simple "meow" won't do. In these cases, a high-pitched "honk" is the only way to convey their extreme emotions. That's what one "long-legged, big-eared Oriental Shorthair cat named Teddy," had to do to convince his owner to open the dryer door and let him sleep on the warm sheets...and it worked like a charm!



Teddy and his family of Oriental Shorthairs are known as the @hobbikats online!

The family that dries together stays together.

Teddy knows there's nothing a good honk can't get him.

With a little bit of wishful thinking, his owners were even able to translate his honks into meaningful messages.


It's no secret the internet loves cats, but many don't know they love honking cats the best.


Once you see a video of Teddy the honking cat, you'll never stop thinking about him.


If only Teddy knew he had an army ready to follow him anywhere...



One things for sure: you'll never be able to listen to this song the same way again.


H/T - Laughing Squid, Instagram

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