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A cat is a vulnerable soul and will feel sad when offended.(QP)

Cat lovers are well aware of how easy it is to hurt their beloved pets unintentionally or through rough treatment. No matter how much we love our furry friends, sometimes the consequences of their playfulness and mischief can provoke anger even in the calmest person.

But as soon as the owner raises their voice, scolds, or, heaven forbid, punishes the cats, they immediately get offended and hold a grudge against the “traitor” for a long time.

The animals in our collection have also decided to punish their owners and show them just how deeply their strict behavior has wounded them.

“Nothing happened, I just don’t want to see you…”

“I can’t even stand to listen to you!”

“I won’t fall for your treats… but still, leave them in my bowl anyway…”

“So what if I hung on the curtains a little…”

“You dare to hit a respectable cat like me?..”

“Well, I won’t spare any food for you either!”

“I still don’t consider myself guilty!”

“No more midnight ‘zoomies’ for you…”

“Leave me alone, I’m in a state of anger!”

“He can roam around the house naked, but they dressed me up like a little one…”

“From now on, you don’t exist for me!”

“My tongue will speak for me…”

“You’ll regret yelling at me…”

“There’s no need to punish me; the vase was already broken!”

“Am I just a clown to you?”

Cats have their own ways of expressing their emotions and letting their owners know when they’re hurt or upset. It’s important for us to understand their feelings, be patient, and provide them with love and care, even when their mischievousness tests our patience.

 

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