Woman Finds the Truth About the Always-Off Clock
Even as a young kitten, Willow was always simply curious about everything around her. Willow’s mother, Michelle O’Connor, told The Dodo that she climbs inside unlocked cabinets or drawers and hides in “shopping bags or really any bag.” “ When you take her away, she meows angrily. She is known as the “twat cat” because she frequently acts improperly, such chasing the dog.
If it’s in the house, Willow is free to take it as her own and explore it to the hilt. Willow always finds a way, even if her family believes she can’t access something. The wall-mounted clock has been off for a while, O’Connor noticed. She was puzzled as to why things continued to go wrong even after being fixed. She simply claimed that it was most likely damaged.
The clock was out at the start of November, so O’Connor said, “I changed the batteries.” “I replaced the battery once more after realising there was a problem two weeks later.” Until her daughter found the cause, O’Connor was ready to accept the fact that the clock will always be off.
Obviously, Willow turned out to be the cause. She was not at all pleased when she was finally caught since she had been reaching up and swiping at the clock’s hands, making the entire thing always be off.
Willow was unhappy to be stopped because she had made it her favorite game to move the hands of the clock. She is now being watched by her family, so she will need to be very sneaky if she ever wants to play with the clock again. “So far I haven’t seen her do that again,” O’Connor said.
Credit: MICHELLE O’CONNOR
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