A sure sign that your cat thinks it owns you
Kristen Wood realized that she is her cat's servant just like the rest of us.
Using sign language, she discussed how shes trying to get ready for work but her cat had other plans.
She shared on Instagram "honestly, he was bathing himself on my back. When I was doing the makeup, he jumped on my back and then rubbed his head against my back of head. He did not leave me alone when I was supposed to get ready for work! Lol but I ADORE him!"
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-_- honestly, he was bathing himself on my back. When I was doing the makeup, he jumped on my back and then rubbed his head against my back of head. He did not leave me alone when I was supposed to get ready for work! Lol but I ADORE him! 😻 #cat#silly#sillycat#catlover#catlady#funny#morning#work#shelter#adopted#yeg#edmonton#yegpets#myboy#catsofinstagram#catwoman#deaf#asl#signlanguage#americansignlanguage#deafworld#haha#cute#animallover#animal#blonde#blondegirl#canadian
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