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People are busy in the morning. Preparing breakfast and making lunches for their children…maybe a little help around the house would be appreciated, right?
Twitter user Mofu Nail (@mofunail) lives with her kitten Pucchi. One morning, after feeding the young cat, she went to the kitchen. She started to make rice for herself when she noticed something unusual with her rice cooker.
"Why are you popping out of the rice cooker so early in the morning. Don’t try to look all innocent. Get out of there! Lol Lol Lol"
Indeed, the scene was pretty comical and striking. Mofu Nail's followers reacted:
Yeah, the cat knew what he was up to--no need to keep up the charade and play innocent. Nevertheless, it's impossible not to laugh at the situation. Indeed, many users responded that their cats did similar quirky things as well with rice cookers. I guess they have a thing for grains in the morning.
Regardless, the whole scene is very cute and thereby easy to forgive even when it happens so early in the morning.
More rice cooker kitties
Sure enough, rice cookers are trending among felines online. A YouTube post was very similar.
YouTuber Chori Chami took a video of her kitty on a rice cooker and shared it on the video platform. The post was popular, receiving over 75,000 views among cat lovers.
"I tried to lure her off the rice cooker to play, but she wouldn't have it. Lol It's getting cold, and she warms up on the rice cooker. She feels good lying there, and she could fall asleep."
The YouTuber’s video of her kitten, who’s name is Chami, was indeed well-received. Many viewers commented on the upload:
Indeed, many cats can get a lot of use out of their rice cookers. Some have even learned how to open them.
Twitter user Soramametonaa (@aEjUjXiAVbO5f7M) also posted about her cat.
"She is a cat who likes the warmth of a rice cooker. I fastened the lid with tape, but that doesn’t mean this rice cooker is broken. It’s to keep my cat from opening it. Lol."
A cat knows what is comfortable and what is not. It seems that they are drawn to rice cookers as they seek to stay warm during the chilly winter months in Japan. You have to admit; it's pretty clever.