The Way of the Ninja

To become a ninja, young apprentice, you must master the art of invisibility. To make no sound, to cast no shadow, calls for most subtle cunning and grace. Failing that, an opponent who is a complete idiot.

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Via Reddit.

Comments

  1. How can that dog not notice?

  2. How did the cat get up there?!

  3. Yes, Grasshopper.

  4. I’d like to see a photo 5 seconds after this. :D

  5. Ditto! :-)

  6. 4leafclover says:

    It looks like that cat is doing pull-ups… and that dog is its unwitting spotter.

  7. I’d like to have seen the one 5 seconds before as well.

  8. Blue Footed Booby says:

    The dog I had growing up never really looked up. He was about a year old before he noticed the plastic tiger head on my bedroom door. I know when he noticed because he tried to “talk” to it. I was in the bathroom and heard barking, and came out to find him doing the full bow-and-wag routine.

    The second dog (he came later) didn’t have this problem. He’d sit in the back yard staring straight up at the sky.

  9. Blue Footed Booby says:

    I think the word you’re searching for is “cushion.” :V

  10. Beware the Ninja Cat … He studied with Bruce Mee(w)

  11. hahahahahahaha

  12. tommygirl says:

    Favourite CO pic of 2014 so far :D

  13. Dog Lover says:

    Dogs – as much as I adore them – tend not to be the Einsteins of the animuhl world. :)

  14. There is no world over “our” heads .. .. is there ?

  15. Bwah!

  16. Oh… my… g-d…

  17. Whoever took this picture has the most awesome discipline… if I had been there it would be blurry as hell because I’d laughed my ass off.

  18. The Original Jane says:

    We will never fully know the ways of the cat.

  19. Dogs can’t look up.

  20. If I was there, you would of had a picture of me helping that dear sweet kitty down from there, Puppi (sorry I don’t know how to put the two “..” over the “u” in your name).

  21. fact?

  22. Splinter Cell: Cats Theory.

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