Long story short, my cat doesn’t like to be picked up. Occasionally, I still do it, but typically within just a few seconds she wiggles away.

On one nice morning, my friend came over. She either forgot my warning or neglected it and my cat voiced his “annoyance” through the shirt of my friend.

Fast forward to a few months ago, right after my alarm went off.

My cat can’t tell time, so all of a sudden, her call for breakfast was at 5 a.m. (it used to be at 6 a.m.). So she clambers onto my bed, poking my face, meowing for me to wake up.

Without thinking further about what this might lead to, I pushed my cat away and immediately regretted it.

Directly in my face, my cat voiced her displeasure.

The next day, she got an automatic feeder.

Another story of my evil cat… One day, I opened a beer bottle and the cap flew into my cat accidentally.

I discovered my shoes full of pee in the morning and next to them was this bottle cap. I laughed at first and then realized it wasn’t a coincidence. She. Was. Taking. Freaking. Revenge. On. Me.






Despite all of this, I have still managed to stay alive.

The key is to realize how will your cat behave towards the way you treat them.

Cats are emotionally distanced. You may think that you are the owner, but it’s the other way round according to cats.

In fact, they are your master and you need to serve them well.

Now, aren’t you dying to behaviors  cats do when they are intent on murdering you?