Wondering what a "sploot" is? It's an Internet term that usually applies to corgis when they lay on their bellies with their back legs sticking out behind them (kind of like a frog). But corgis aren't the only cute, cuddly creatures that can, ahem, sploot. Cats do it, too! And trust us - it's equally as adorable.
If your cat is splootin' up a storm, splooting can be a sign that your cat feels extremely safe and relaxed in their environment since they can't quickly spring up from that position.
Meet Freya! Your purr-chases help support cats like her find their fur-ever homes. Meowingtons sponsors their adoption fees. Echo is available for adoption at the Good Luck Cat Cafe, a 501(c)(3) non-profit adoption center in Ft Lauderdale, FL.