Cats sometimes behave very unpredictably around babies. It can sometimes be funny, or very very stressful. When my niece was 1 year old, my male cat would often punch her in the head of she got too close. After being punched, my niece would start giggling, which made the situation even funnier. We’re pretty sure he was just playing (and it was pretty funny to watch), but we had to watch him very closely to make sure everyone was safe 🙂
Here’s a funny video of a kitten playing with a baby:
Warning: Do not leave a cat and a baby together unattended. You can never predict how a cat will behave, especially in your absence. In particular, some cats will lay on babies faces while they are sleeping. Your cat is not trying to kill your baby. Most likely, your baby’s head is warm and your cat is just looking for a warm place to sleep.
I do not recommend allowing your cat to go into your refrigerator. Not only is it unhygienic, but it could be unsafe for kitty if you forget about him and leave him in the fridge.
My male cat likes to bite bags. He knows there are bags in the fridge, so he usually runs to the fridge every time we open the door. It is annoying. There was one time that he jumped into the fridge and we did not notice. About 10 minutes later, we heard him meowing and realized he was trapped in the fridge.
Here’s a video of a cat in a refrigerator:
I’m not sure why this cat’s owner decided to place kitty in the fridge, but I sure hope they are careful to ensure kitty stays healthy and safe!
This video has over 5 million views for a reason. If you’ve already met Christian, I bet you’ll watch the video again. And, if you haven’t met Christian, I bet you’ll watch the video more than once (and probably more than twice!)