Footage Proves That Cats Are Indeed Bullies

rumblestaff Published June 25, 2019 0 Plays

Rumble / Cats & KittensCats have an amazing ability; they always seem to be able to put a smile on our faces no matter what they are doing. Here is undeniable video proof that cats are indeed bullies! Hilarious! How adorable is this little fallen?

We have said this once and we will say it thousand times more. Cats are just plain jerks! They will never give up on claiming what they believe is rightfully theirs, even if it means stealing it right from under the noses of others.
Once cats become a part of the family, they want to spend a ton of time with everyone. All they want is to get some belly rubs and to give you wet kisses which lead to follow you around everywhere, even on top of the couch. However, the owner says ‘No’ and the little guy refuses to obey and bullying in discontent!

People say that “repetition is the mother of learning”, so we guess there is no harm in repeating the fact that cats can be real bullies. Sure, we love our to bits and we forgive every scratch, torn piece of furniture and a broken vase that was in their way when they would much rather be bird watching.

We adore how they come to comfort and console us with their purring after a hard and long day at work, we love how they wake us up in the morning when they come to rest on top of our heads while we rest. They can be nasty in their ways, but they are our fur babies and we would not change them for the world.

The logic behind that is the fact that, even though they can really destructive seldom, cats can show just as much love to their owners as they canine counterparts.

You may call them bipolar, but we do not care. They can be very brutes at one time, then they turn 180 degrees and turn into these over-affectionate packages of fluff the next. At the end of the day, life is never boring when you have a feline domestic companion.

YouTube and Facebook are brimming with videos of cute kittens and every video is becoming an almost instant sensation. There are a bunch of pet channels only dedicated to striped purring animals, there are oceans of groups of feline fans, which in fact are the most famous forms of online networking of pet followers.

People, who have not been drawn into the pool of cats veneration, are dealing with a very reasonable question: "What aroused such excitement in these furry mousers? Why not canines? Why not birds? Or fish? Why cats? ".

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