You have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot the cat hiding in the bushes in this optical illusion… – The Sun


THIS scene may look no more than flowers and bushes – but hidden purrfectly among the foliage is a cat.
Optical illusion lovers have been testing their eyesight attempting to spot the well-concealed critter.
While some have been able to seek out the feline almost instantly – others have been left scratching their heads as they study the picture.
The clip, shared on TikTok, shows a garden scene where all is still.
But as it is zoomed in, it reveals a cat hidden among the plants – barely visible from the path.
Gardener Ross Lee – who posted the mind-bending illusion – likened the game to Where's Wally?.
If you're struggling, try focussing your attention around the centre of the picture.
But if you are still finding it tricky, you can scroll to the bottom for the answer.
Meanwhile, if you can spot the cat hiding in this tricky optical illusion within 20 seconds, you may have the eyes of a hawk.
In other tricky brainteasers, you could be in the top 0.1 per cent if you can spot the daisy hidden in the puzzle in less than 25 seconds.
British pottery company, Portmeirion, has put together a picnic-themed brainteaser for you to test your search-and-find skills.
Across a traditional gingham blanket, you'll find an assortment of picnic must-haves, such as baskets, hamburgers, bread, fruit, cheese, and plate ware.
But there's one item that doesn't quite go along with the rest.

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