People are admiring this cat’s face after finding that he stole a cinnamon bun!
According to Lindner, their cat has been naughty from the moment they first got him, as stated by BuzzFeed News. in particular when it comes to obtaining people food by any means necessary. She said, “He knows the rules, but he’ll still try to sneak around them.
She proceeded by detailing all the items that her family had caught Percy having but was not supposed to have, including “chocolate cupcakes, PayDay bars, popcorn, ham, chicken, beef jerky, pasta, and Cheez-Its.”
He is expert at stealing from Tupperware containers, cabinets, and backpacks, according to Linder. Lindner, however, directly and sharply warned Percy not to steal anything because they always prepare cinnamon rolls in the morning on Christmas. She stated that their cat now clearly understands the word “no.”
He is aware that saying “NO” softly means “don’t do what you’re about to do,” she said. Lindner continued by saying that she needed to say “NO” and “GET DOWN” again. Naturally, Percy still reached for a cinnamon bun. Lindner, however, grabbed her cat at the same moment he knew he had been caught. She then shared it on Twitter, where the one-off incident quickly became very popular.
merry Christmas here's my cat getting busted for taking a cinnamon roll 2 seconds after we told him no pic.twitter.com/f0AAAx65O5
— space baby (@_sophocles_) December 25, 2016
Percy, meanwhile, looks terribly guilty! This exact face is also all too familiar to cat owners. A viewer commented, “To a cat, ‘no’ equals ‘wait ’til they’re not looking then do what I want.
Busted, but zero remorse. Will totally do it again. 🙂
— Joe Brockmeier is also @[email protected] (@jzb) December 26, 2016
It’s also inspired a good amount of other people to submit stories of the times their own cats misunderstood “no.”
— Rev. Jessi Nakamura (@Jessi4JC) December 26, 2016
Lindner continued by saying that she wasn’t even able to punish Percy for it because he left the scene of the crime right away. She does believe that cat owners liked her honest shot, though, as it can be challenging to get “clear proof” of a cat’s guilt.
Cat owners “go through this, and more, with their cats every day,” according to Lindner, but “it’s hard to acquire such clear proof of their activity.” They’re very smart, she said in end.
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