Can you find Pedro the cat? Photo has residents stumped

Can you find Pedro the cat in this photo?
Can you find Pedro the cat in this photo? Contributed

DARLING Downs residents are taking up the challenge to find Pedro the cat.

A seemingly mundane photo of a kitchen has residents staring at their screens - and is bringing back childhood memories of Where's Wally - as they try to find Pedro in the image.

The photo was posted on Boredpanda and quickly went viral, soon finding its way to residents on the Darling Downs.

"If you have a cat or two or even more, you might know that: cats have the ability to disappear whenever they want - like ninjas," the anonymous poster wrote.

"They simply fit into everything! And suddenly, they pop up like nothing happened, happy as the sun and the so on..."

How long did it take you to find Pedro?

This poll ended on 20 February 2016.

Current Results

Straight away

26%

One minue

17%

Five minutes

5%

Ten minutes

0%

I still can't find Pedro!

49%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

The elusive grey and black kitty is astonishingly difficult to find, for some.

"Me and my wife (hi honey) actually live in a pretty tiny flat with our two fur-friends and one of them - his name is Pedro - still can hide himself that good, you won't find him straightaway," the author wrote.

Here's Pedro relaxing in the sun. Photo Contributed
Here's Pedro relaxing in the sun. Photo Contributed Contributed

"Yesterday he did it again and after checking the wardrobe and the bed and the couch and the bathroom I found him somewhere in the kitchen."

Can you find Pedro?



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