Sleeping Owner Cannot Hit The Snooze Button On His Cat Alarm Clock

Published March 26, 2018 50,865 Plays

Rumble / Cats & KittensButters continuously meows every morning until his owner gets out of bed. Is this the cutest alarm clock ever?! Check out this mouthy, loving and slightly obnoxious cat who engages in repeated meows just to wake up his owner! You would wish you can hit the snooze button!

Judging by this footage it is obvious that Butters gets lonely and doesn't like to be alone, so he jumps onto owner’s bed seeking company! Butters is a very vocal cat, especially in the mornings. Reportedly, usually he doesn’t meow out of hunger, but rather out of boredom and need for attention!

This cat just can't wait any longer for his owner to wake up. Therefore, he takes matters into his own hands! Cat alarm clocks are the best indeed! Footage shows the annoying cat meowing his hearts out just to wake up his sleeping owner with a chorus of meows. He's very persistent and will keep meowing until his owner gets up. Hilarious!

Butters is a very loving cat, and he wakes up his owner every morning with a bunch of meows and head butts. Hilarious! He's a <a href="" target="_blank">very persistent cat and will keep meowing until his owner gets out of bed</a>!

Of course, he is impossible to ignore and always gets what he wants. So precious and cute! Imagine yourself lying in bed on a weekend morning with nowhere to go. You have been waiting for this moment the entire week! It goes out without saying that you had turned off your alarm clock and after a long and exhausting work week, you can finally sleep a little bit longer. Or can you?

If you ask Butters the cat, weekend morning is no different than any other morning in the week. Yes, just like any other day, he sees the break of daylight and starts to feel hungry. If anything he is unpleasantly surprised to see that he is the only one who is awake. To make sure that his family members wouldn't oversleep, he starts to meow loud enough so every household member can hear him.

Don't worry, unlike regular <a href="" target="_blank">alarm clock</a>, this beautiful fluffy sound maker doesn't come with a snooze button, and he won't stop until someone gets up and gives him some food. Some cuddling after it is also appreciated.

If you have a dog or a cat that demands his early morning walk or a snack, you can probably relate to this cat owner and maybe even find some comfort in the fact that you are not the only one. If you don't have a pet, start to appreciate your weekend's long morning sleep just a little bit more than you used to.