In light of the ongoing developments relating to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, folks have been asked to self-quarantine at home to help prevent themselves from getting sick and limit the spread of the virus to other people.
As people have begun staying at home, many pets appear to be thrilled to have their human companions at home all the time. However, it is not the case of the cat named Mylee in the story below.
Normally, Mylee spends her days sleeping, playing, and lounging around alone in peace while her family is at work or out. She entertains herself and do whatever she wants with what seems like a lack of concern for what everyone thinks.
For this reason, when the whole family has begun staying at home, Mylee is not significantly completely happy to have her quiet time be suddenly crowded. This is something new for the solitude-loving cat as she has to vary her day and deal with her stupid humans all the time.
As you’ll see in the video below, Mylee is seemingly displeasure at having people in her house all day, daily. And of course, she isn’t afraid to let her owners know about her feelings.
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“I feel like everyone’s feeling that way being locked up at home!” Jordan told The Dodo.
Fortunately, Mylee finally adapted to her new actuality. Although she has to change some rules, she also understands that she has more opportunities for affection and love from those who love and care about her most.
“She’s definitely grown accustomed to it,” Jordan said. “She’s particularly snuggly with my mom while she’s working from home.”
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