Woman Disguises Pet Cat for 'Landlord Visit' So Well in Viral Video No One Can Find It

A woman may have unintentionally created the best "where's Waldo" ever, after cleverly disguising her pet cat among a pile of toys.

Gosia is the proud owner of five white cats, named Foxy, Bacon, Harry, Larry and Szymon, and it seems their light-colored coats give them incredible camouflage abilities.

Gosia shared a clip to her TikTok account, @5crazycats, captioned: "When your landlord is coming for an inspection and doesn't allow pets."

She films her bed, which is covered with toys, and she pans the pillows revealing a sloth, stuffed cat, yellow duck, a Pikachu, a teddy bear, an incredibly life-like cat cushion, a monkey, another teddy and more cat toys.

"Can you see Larry???" the on-screen caption asks.

Despite assuring people there is a real moggy in the line-up, people admitted they furiously searched for the cat with no luck.

"Did I hide my cat well???" Gosia captained the video, which has racked up more than 10 million views, and can be seen here, since being shared in October.

Linds.gd14 wrote: "You're telling me there's a living animal in this video?"

Princess Bean commented: "Right. 7th time now watching this it's not there right. It's a prank I swear."

Katie said: "I do not believe that there's a real animal anywhere in that."

In response to numerous people questioning whether Larry was indeed in the shot, Gosie wrote: "I promise you he's these. Staring on you."

It seems some eagle-eyed TikTokers eventually found him, as one, named Tina Morland, wrote: "I think I just see him peeking out over the bear's leg and under the black cat's head?"

Confirming she had spotted Larry—whose eyes are all that's visible—Gosia replied with a "Yaaaaass."

Thisisnottradif commented: "It's scary when you can't find the real cat, scarier when you find the eyes."

Stefunny said: "Best 'where's Waldo' ever!"

Lucy Williams admitted: "Half an hour later on repeat and I finally found him."

Gosia, thought to be from the U.K., added: "On my next video I will try to hide all my cats."

And she confirmed rather than hiding them from a landlord, she was merely taking part in an online trend seeing people try and camouflage their pets.

Replying to questions in comments, she clarified: "It's just a TikTok trend love, it's my house. Where are you from?"

Earlier this year the U.K. government announced plans to make it easier for pet owners to rent.

From January "responsible tenants with well-behaved pets" were able to secure housing than previously, after accepting pets became the default position.

Announcing the move, the government said: "Landlords will no longer be able to issue blanket bans on pets.

"Instead, consent for pets will be the default position, and landlords will have to object in writing within 28 days of a written pet request from a tenant and provide a good reason."

Newsweek reached out to Gosia for comment.

File photo of white kittens.
File photo of white kittens. A woman cleverly disguised her cats among a pile of toys. bel_ka23/Getty Images