A ginger cat named Heisenberg from Maryland broke bad when his mama tried to capture a picture. The 12-year-old cat decided to “help” when he found her nicely laid-out custom Tie-Dye shirt on the ground. He photo-bombed in a not-so-subtle way.
As his mom Hanna tried to get the right picture to share online, Heisenberg strolled over, laid down in the middle of the shirt, and commenced doing the bunny kick on the T-shirt.
Heisenberg ‘Helps’ Mom Take Picture
This distinguished orange gentleman is “12 years young” and generally “an absolute love.” However, once he’s decided to photo-bomb a picture, it’s best to give him some room.
“Oh, are you trying to take inventory photos? That’s cool. Yeah, I don’t actually care bc I’m a honey badger trapped in a cat suit, so I’m just gonna lay right here in the middle of whatever you’re doing and jack it all up for you.” 🤣🤣
“Gingers 😂😂😂🧡🧡🧡,” reacted our own Jess whose trying her best not to add tye dyeing to her crafty arsenal. She can attest that ginger kitties are always up to something.
“They are the absolute best!” replied Hanna.
“Did you rub catnip on that shirt?! 😂” asked another person.
“I swear, I did not! He’s just like this whenever I try to take photos, and he’s around,” Hanna replied.
Heisenberg doesn’t always jump on mom’s custom tie-dyes. But it’s not clear if he’s just a meowdel or the inspurration! One of our favorite things about this Instagram page is the “pawsitive” outlook and openness Hanna shares about life struggles while creating gorgeous art.
Regardless of the, everyone loves seeing Heisenberg beside the gorgeous tapestries. The one below was inspired by the “last days of summer in dye form” and coordinates purrfectly with his fur.
“‘Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.’ I feel like Heisenberg kitty boy is totally judging this tapestry. He knows it isn’t a particularly highly skilled one but understands the colors are rad, and it was made from my heart, so he sorta approves. Or maybe he just wants to be fed. IDK,” she shared previously.
Trying to Work with Cats and Kittens
Cole and Marmalade know all about trying to work with kittens and cats around! Here was Marmalade when Cat Man Chris and Jess were working on the annual calendar. Or rather, they were planning on working on it.
See more in our article, “How to Survive Working with Cats.”
And here are Mazikeen and Calypso on an average day with Cat Man Chris. As you can see, they prefer to be right in the middle of everything, but “the snuggles make up for it.”
“Working from home with cats around can be difficult… kittens take it to the next level!”