You need a high IQ to find the TWO cats hiding in this optical illusion in less than ten seconds

You’ll need an agile mind to spot the two cats hiding in this optical illusion in ten seconds or less.

The TikTok user @HecticNick uploaded a video to the social media site showing a family sitting in their living room – but she’s asked people to spot two hidden cats.

Can you spot the two cats in this drawing in less than 10 seconds?


Can you spot the two cats in this drawing in less than 10 seconds?Photo credit: tiktok/@hecticnick

The drawing appears to show a husband reading a newspaper while his wife sits in a chair opposite and their daughter plays on the floor.

He said: “Only 1 percent of people can find the two hidden cats in this picture.

“It’s not easy to find them, so let me know if you can see them and send this to a friend so they can try.”

Nick added, “Can you find both of them?”

While the characters are easy to spot, you’ll need to look closer to spot the Moggies in just a few seconds.

Many people were torn in the comments, with one saying, “I only see one.”

However, another added: “I found everything [two].”

Elsewhere, viewers puzzle over the search for the diamond ring hidden in a cairn.

The inventor of the puzzle, Chisholm Hunter, said that only one in three can find the ring in under 30 seconds.

Viewers might say they have the eyes of an eagle when they spot the ball in a puppy-themed image.

In another tricky brain teaser, see if you can spot the hidden heart-shaped berry in under three seconds.

Players can try their luck and try to spot the hidden rabbit in under five seconds in this fiendishly difficult puzzle.

You have to keep your eyes open to find the zebra in a picture of a wildebeest herd.

Did you find the cats?


Did you find the cats?Photo credit: Unknown, clear with picture desk

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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