The creations of Minecraft players can range from the wacky to the ingenious, with massive masterpieces like a futuristic cricket stadium, a faithful recreation of GTA Online’s Diamond Casino, or even a working kebab machine being a regularity in blockland.
However, some of the coolest things to come out of the sandbox game are the results of wholesome collaborations between young kids and their relatives.
For example, in the case of one recent parent-daughter gaming session, one seven-year-old decided that they’d try their best to turn the game into Stray.
Sometimes you just need as many pets as possible
The thread about this heartwarming initiative in the subreddit r/Minecraft began with user weters, the parent behind the session, who shared a photo of a cave full of cats, captioning it: “started playing with (my) 7-year-old daughter. She’s become the cat lady.”
Unfortuntely, they missspelled 'cat' as 'car' in the post, leading most players in the thread to engage quip mode, with user alfieredditboi saying: “his daughter in her Lambo” and Clauss_Video_Archive adding: “I think they're Jaguars, but the lack of spots has me confused.”
Meanwhile, user Fast_Information_902 yelled: “vrooeeoow!”, leading xsDeltasx to post a link to the subreddit r/HappyUpvote, which is dedicated to Reddit posts that make people happy enough to consider upvoting them.
In line with the ethos of this subreddit, one user was kind cough not to make a car joke, with TapTheGost saying: “In the future, I would like to play with my child, it's my favourite game after all”, leading pauldeanbumgarner to respond that they have lots of fun gaming with their teenage kids.
Meanwhile, a few users expressed their approval of the daughter’s cat-collecting ways, with user FunPattern3226 saying: “Can't wait till she finds out about name tags and that you can change the colour of their collar. My eight-year-old sister was so excited when she discovered that a while back.”
On the other hand, user MojangMeesh had by far the best car pun, saying: “those are some adorable Volkskittens! She should be proud of her collection.”