Cat and lizard don’t go in the same sentence.
I mean usually, cats hunt lizards. I am sure you have seen numerous pictures where cats are so mesmerized by a lizard on the ceiling that they will sit and stare for hours. And the staring is probably because they want to catch it and end it’s life as soon as possible. However, that is not what’s happening in the following pictures.
It seems some cats don’t know what to do with themselves when they catch a runaway lizard. And for others, they have even become good buddies. Although the funniest thing is seeing a lizard stuck onto a cat’s nose. I never knew lizards could do that and yet here we are. I won’t bore with my ramblings anymore so scroll on below and take a look for yourself.
#1 ‘Go away!’
My Colleague Made This Photo. Crouching Cat, Hidden Lizard.
#2 Anybody can be a friend.
#3 Sometimes you need a good nap buddy.
They have naps together, spy on the neighbors through the window together and just generally hang out together every chance they get. (All interactions are 100% supervised).
#4 Who is the prey here?
#5 Saying hello to a stranger.
Rare Moment Captured This Morning As Our Cat (Who Is Very Shy) Booped Our Bearded Dragon (Who Is Always Sleeping Under His Rock)
#6 Looking for some heat.
#7 Looking over.
It can be lethal for a lizard to be bitten or scratched by a cat. Lizards can be toxic to cats if the cat eats the lizard, but even if he touches or plays with the lizard.Many lizards carry parasites that can cause digestive problems in cats and harm the gallbladder or liver. -Rachel
#8 When you can’t find the lizard.
#9 ‘I brought this for you hooman.’
#10 Spending your birthday together.
#11 Hugs to keep you warm.
My Friend’s Bearded Dragon Likes To Cuddle With Her Two Cats.
#12 This Iguana loves the cloud-like feeling.
The Expression On My Cat’s Face Is Pure Ecstasy. Iggy Enjoys Lying On Him Because He’s Fat And Warm.
#13 ‘Give me head scratches.’
#14 He did not expect an attack back.
#15 ‘What is on my back?’
#16 Let’s boop our noses.
My Bearded Dragon And My Roommate’s Kitten Are Buddies.
#17 When playing with a lizard goes wrong.
#18 What do I do now?
#19 I’ll get you back.
My Cat Tried To Eat A Lizard So The Lizard Tried To Eat Him Back.
#20 ‘Where is it? Do you see it?’
#21 The lizard knows he is in big trouble.
#22 Only a glass in between.
#23 The cats just wanna play with it.
Today’s Top News From Isolation: A Lizard Is On The Fence.
#24 Even without a tail it’s very daring.
#25 It’s a win-win situation.
Lizard Likes Warm Surfaces, Cat Likes His Back Scratched – Some Problems Solve Themselves.
#26 When you are looking for something to hunt.
#27 When the tables are turned.
Lizard Gets Pushed To The Edge And Attacks My Cat.
#28 This is just adorable.
#29 It’s outside, nobody can get to it.
#30 Is it a look of love?
#31 How is the Iguana bigger than the cat?
#32 ‘Come down. I won’t hurt you.’
Turned Around For One Minute While Walter Was Out Running Around And He Got Himself All The Way Up The Door. He Is Such A Character. Minky The Cat Was Jealous.
#33 The lizard is very disappointed.
#34 I wonder how the cat will come down.
#35 There is fear in the eyes of the kitty.
#36 These are just cats chilling together.
Someone Asked Me To Post This Picture Of My Three Cats Here, I’m Not Sure Why.
#37 Riding the cat like a horse.
#38 ‘Do you want me to pet you?’
#39 Won’t let you go.
When You Catch Dinner, But Dinner Catches You Back. The Lizard Bit The Cats Lip For Over 5 Mins.
#40 Ready for a hostile attack.
While it is true lizards and cats can’t be friends because of the toxins that are detrimental to both sides. But when has that stopped them? What are your thoughts on these unlikely meetings? Comment down below and let us know.