A Singaporean recently shared how her pet cat decided to bring home two live hamsters in the span of two days
Funnily enough, on the following day, she updated the post saying that her cat brought home a second little fella
"My cat brought home another hamster of similar color early this morning... Both are alive and well... Halp."
While some wondered where the cat found the hamsters, others just wanted to take a look at the furry 'thief'
In another comment, she also wrote that the hamsters would be put up for adoption if no owner claims them
Cats love leaving 'gifts' for their owners, especially dead mice and lizards, although they do occasionally bring home small live animals too
Their natural instinct is to chase, hunt, and catch – and that often leaves owners with some very thoughtful yet unpleasant presents.
According to The Spruce Pets, cats bring little animals to you as food for later, as a teaching aid, or as a gift.
"[When] a cat brings you an animal they caught, be it alive or dead, they consider you a part of their family. Their instincts are telling them this is what they need to do to survive and that they need to pass these important, life-saving skills onto their family."
In this incident, it seemed like this cat tried to 'replace' its owner's earphones with a dead snake: