One cat claims a new chair at home and refuses to let her humans sit on it, despite the fact that they were the ones who bought it for their use, of course!
Cat Claims New Chair
A lot of cats are really so indifferent about the comings and goings at their home. They don’t appear to care at all if there are new things or new people in the house, unless it is a new dog or even a new cat, perhaps.
But not all cats are like that, of course. Yoshitsune is a very curious cat who is always aware of anything new at their house. Each time her human parents would bring home something new, Yoshitsune would stake a claim on it – no matter if it is a plant or a piece of furniture or just about anything new!
Yoshitsune’s human mom, Reina, knows that she should not really let the cat dictate how things go in their household but it seems that Yoshitsune believes it is her house – and that humans are her pets or tenants. LOL.
Recently, as the couple had to work from home due to COVID restrictions, Reina bought a new chair for her husband to use. But they seem to have forgotten that Yoshitsune always wants anything that’s new at their house!
So, when they brought the chair home, Yoshitsune immediately ran to it and refused to get off. It was rather hilarious when Reina’s husband used the chair for working because Yoshitsune was there, trying to “evict” him!
Because she’s small, she really can’t push her human away, but Reina found it hilarious that the cat actually tried to do it many times. LOL.
“It’s mine!!! Get lost!!! Meow!!!” the cat seems to say as she tried to push as hard as she could. Her human dad refused to budge – and the cat even tried to look so pitiful so Reina might try to help. LOL. What an adorable spoiled brat!
When her dad finally took a break from work, a happy Yoshitsune finally had the chair to herself. Reina noted that she has to run back to the store to get a second chair for their bratty cat.
There are cat furniture you can buy that would perfectly fit your pets. Some toy shops even sell their doll furniture as cat furniture, including small beds that come complete with a tiny mattress and matching pillows.