Cats are infamously curious. Denying a cat the chance to stalk or spy is like denying a Game of Thrones fan the chance to post angry statuses about the latest episode.
But how do you let cats spy without sacrificing your own privacy through the open window?
One cat owner has found the answer.
Someone on my road has a cat face hole in their glazing so their cat can look through https://t.co/Kx06uqNiyb— Ash (@Ash)1557763811.0
That's right. Someone actually took the time to build a tailor made peephole for their curious cat, right down to the ears and whiskers.
@indivisible592 the whiskers 😭 https://t.co/Mtyeg2RHQ8— Seth Matthew (@Seth Matthew)1557778974.0
Twitter couldn't stop stanning.
@BarbieQuinn5 @ashley_rocher That’s brilliant! What good fur parents 😻🥰— Boo (@Boo)1557828639.0
@ashley_rocher @frickmckenzie I Stan a good cat parent 💕— Liv, SmutWizard🧚🏻♀️🔮 (@Liv, SmutWizard🧚🏻♀️🔮)1557841575.0
@ashley_rocher @InezFeltscher What?? This is too good to be true! (Can't...stop....laughing!)— Syn Cyanide (@Syn Cyanide)1557811192.0
Soon, others began sharing their own windows that allow their pets to peer.
@ashley_rocher Me & @thelizcarr have got one of them too (for our cats obvs) 😸💗 https://t.co/3ZU1NhSNf0— jo church (@jo church)1557837576.0
@ashley_rocher My family paints their front windows for Christmas; the stars were perfect for Wrangler to still see… https://t.co/uAlyQNg7AS— Glenn Fitzpatrick (@Glenn Fitzpatrick)1557842698.0
@ashley_rocher This is what I walk by on my way to campus https://t.co/guXRgbyj0y— Barbara Eszenyi (@Barbara Eszenyi)1557839692.0
@ashley_rocher We did this too! 😂 https://t.co/C4ihymOaIr— Queen ofthe Universe 🌈 (@Queen ofthe Universe 🌈)1557827146.0
This is proof that even a lack of curtains shouldn't stifle your cat's curiosity.