It seems that no matter how many times our precious pets misbehave or destroy something, it's hard to stay mad at them. They can really put a bite on your mood when you're trying just get some peace and quiet in return for all of those wonderful moments they bring into your lives!

Cats of Yore is a Twitter account that documents the adventures and mischievous nature cats have always had. One such instance was when this woman's cat ruined her furniture, vases, etc., but it turned out to be hilarious because she found these pictures from 1868 showing how kittens can't help themselves sometimes!

If you're a cat lover, you're going to love this blog post. If you're not a cat lover, prepare to be converted! Because cats are just the best and they make everything better – even history.

01. “Max Ate My Sewing Machine” 2017

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02. Rocky’s attack corner. He always tries to get me when I spend too long in the kitchen

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03. Nova the plant sitter, 2022

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04. Rosie redecorating

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05. Still Life with Green Soup Fernando Botero, 1972

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06. RIP my Michael Kors purse

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07. My cat has gone crack!!

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08. Why would you do that?

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09. At least Jethro enforces work breaks

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10. That's my ps3 moron

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11. Trying to scratch my tires!!

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12. RIP my garland at Christmas

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13. Two Young Women Wrapped in Yukata After a Bath. Kitagawa Utamaro, ca. 1796

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14. Mischief, 1858

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15. Witness my Act and Deed, 1883

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16. "The daughter of Dainagon Yukinari at a desk, a cat has knocked over her equipment to spring at her painting of a butterfly."  Utagawa Kuniyoshi, ca. 1842

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17. The Angora Cat. Jean Honoré Fragonard and Marguerite Gérard, ca. 1783

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18. The Cat at Play. Henriëtte Ronner-Knip, ca. 1860–1878

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19. Two Young Cats Playing With A Basket of Crawfish, Julius Adams II (1852-1913)

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20. Another vicious fabric attack. Woman and two cats.  Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 1854

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21. The Broken Vase. Ludwig Strimpl, 1913

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22. Old woman knitting a sweater. 1938

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23. Cat bravely protects a courtesan from her mail. Ca. 1757 - 1783

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24. My cat Francie, is always extremely pleased with herself after flipping the water dish over while playing

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25. Look at this absolute gremlin. Pieter Claesz, 1656

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So, next time you’re tempted to call your cat out for ruining your life, just remember that they may have been doing it long before you even came into the picture. And in case you need a little more convincing, we’ve gathered some of the funniest and most infamous examples of cats taking over things – from history to the modern age. Which one made you laugh? Let us know in the comments.

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