Because of laziness a cat pretends to be too big to fit through the cat door
Ngawai and her family had long held the opinion that Mischief was simply too big to fit through the cat door. Ngawai, who asked to remain anonymous, said of the man, “He used to sit outside and peer in, or scratch on the side of the cat door.” “He never paid attention to the cat door.” This year, in particular, he started clawing at the cat door, which would only slightly open but which he would never use instead of looking at us.
But they only recently realised that Mischief had been keeping something from them. Ngawai said, “We started finding him inside even though the doors were closed, and eventually we saw him sneaking through himself.” But he would scratch for a very long time before finally giving in and doing it himself, as though angry.
Ngawai recently posted about Mischief on the Facebook group Cool Cat Group. She wrote in the post, which earned over 700 likes, “We’ve simply realised he’s too precious and doesn’t enjoy squeezing through unless it’s very needed.”
Mischief has lived in New Zealand with Ngawai’s family for almost eight years, although Ngawai’s grandfather is Mischief’s closest person. She said, “Our grandfather is his best friend. “He starts acting strangely whenever our grandfather is gone for more than a day.” The cause of Mischief’s huge size is unknown to his family, but Ngawai says that after years of dieting, he has no health problems as a result of his weight.
Ngawai explained, “He only receives a specific amount every day. We don’t know why he’s still so large.” We give him gifts, and he frequently sneaks under the table during meals to make the rest of the family feel guilty. Mischief’s weight gain only makes Ngawai’s family more fond of him, and they take pleasure in Mischief’s many oddities, despite the fact that the family is still worried about his health.
Ngawai said, “He’s scared of plastic bags. He runs away as soon as he hears the sound. Only when the blackbirds take his biscuits, which occurs every day, does he meow. He sprints sideways because his stomach leans so much. On the other hand, Mischief’s cat door pranks delight Ngawai and her family the most.
Ngawai continued, “It was funny to us all. “Everyone loves him, even though he’s lazy and a touch arrogant.” He’s a guy who is very, very loved, she said. Everyone would likely agree that he was made for cuddling, he just has an unique personality.
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