A ginger cat whose name is George was completely horrified today when an uninvited guest decided to use his bed while he was having a walk in the garden.
George’s human, Meloney Blaze, simply couldn’t believe her eyes.
“When I came downstairs, and walked passed the kitchen into the bathroom, I did a double take as in the kitchen window I could see a pair of huge ears. I thought, “hmm, those are not the cat’s ears”, and I turned the light on to look at what was in the cat’s bed – and it was a fox!”
“He was very tame, he did not want to leave. George was outside the window and was not impressed, I had to let him in the bathroom window. He jumped on the side and leapt into action and was telling the fox off – he was even hissing at him, but the fox just looked at him.”
Meloney, who lives in London, UK, went on to explain that she had woken in the night to let George out of the kitchen window so he could go into the garden, the fox more than likely sneaked in after she’d gone back to bed and had made itself at home in the kitty’s bed. When George returned, he attempted to scare the uninvited guest away by hissing, but the fox refused to budge until Meloney grabbed the bed and simply tipped the fox out of the window.
“He was very tame,” she mentioned, “He did not want to leave.” And with the cold spell that is sweeping across the UK at the moment, who can really blame him!
Read these characteristics which almost all cat lovers have in common:
INTROVERTED AND SENSITIVE
It’s the nature of cats that they are not friends with everybody, and the same trait can be seen in their owners too. Usually, they live alone and are happy with their independent lifestyle. They are introverts but are comfortable hanging around with other people. However, they would need some me-time to relax and recharge.
CAT LOVERS LEAN TO LEFT
It has been observed that people with liberal political leanings prefer cats over dogs. You might be a liberal dog lover or a conservative cat owner; if you’re a liberal, you love cats and vice versa.
CAT OWNERS ARE OPEN-MINDED
Five traits – conscientiousness, neuroticism, extraversion, agreeableness, and openness are often seen in most cat lovers. As compared to dog owners, people who have cats as pets are more open and therefore, have greater artistic creativity.
Just like their pets, cat lovers seek attention from people around them. They like to be the centre of all conversations. At times, cat owners rely on their pets for emotional support.
THEY RESPECT CATS MORE THAN ANYONE
Cat people respect cats more than humans, in general. The saddest sight for a cat lover is to see the animal on the streets without a home. Cat lovers are often seen making a special effort to rescue or rehabilitate homeless cats.