Kate Hinds was volunteering at an animal rescue organization when she came across a little gray and white cat that she decided to adopt. As Hinds said to The Dodo, “I called my husband as soon as she got in and informed him that she thought she had located our new cat.” “‘Are you asking me or telling me?” he asked.
They have known Norah for 10 years, and they couldn’t be more pleased with how she has grown up in their family. “She is really loved by my daughters,” Hinds said. “There are moments when I get the impression that my cat has a four-person live-in crew.”
Since she has a habit of sleeping in out-of-the-way spots across the home, Norah’s fan base has grown in recent months. Following the posting of a picture of Norah in her usual napping spot on Twitter with the simple directive, “Find the cat,” a snapshot of Norah in her favorite napping spot has gained widespread attention.
Thousands of Twitter users who were looking for fur were baffled by the snap, which went viral.
Are you able to find Norah?
The ability to squeeze herself into limited places is something Norah excels at, especially when she is most at ease. “During the day, she sleeps in whatever position she’s in,” Hinds described the situation. The most recent instance has occurred in front of the television, which is one of her favorite summer hangouts.” If we are unable to locate her, we will presume she is in her summer residence.”
Can’t seem to find her?
Hinds has continued to confound Norah’s admirers by publishing photographs of the cat’s favorite sleeping areas on her social media accounts. Despite the fact that Hinds’ apartment is modest, the cunning cat manages to deceive her mother on occasion.
“We have 99 percent of the time figured out where she is hiding.” Normally, I’m able to find her rather fast. “However, every now and again, she’ll come upon a new spot,” Hinds said. Upon entering college, Norah started climbing the ladder and sleeping on her bunk bed, which took me a couple of hours to figure out,” I said.
Is it possible to spot Norah amid the coat racks?
Can you find her?
The homeowner said that her cat “sometimes sleeps behind my plants,” which may be problematic because when she hops off, she can knock the pots down. Yes, I’ve positioned my plants in such a manner that the potentially deadly ones are not within reach of her.
And… look! She’s there!
However, Norah’s favorite activity is spending time with her family, which she does whenever she has the opportunity.
In addition, Hinds said that “she will sit at the table with us.” “After that, she’ll come into the living room and sit on my lap while I read or watch television.” She purrs in the manner of an old Volkswagen Beetle engine. “It’s the best there is,” says the author.