Epic Cat Door Fail: An Hour And A Half Installing The Cat Door, Wasted
When you need validation for an hour and a half of hard work, maybe don’t expect to get it from the cat?
“Yesterday, I spent an hour and half installing a new cat door so Philo the Cat could come and go as he pleases,” Philo’s owner wrote on YouTube last week. But the long-haired Siamese cat was clearly unimpressed by his human’s efforts.
Sorry, human, it’s time to face the mewsic.
NOTE: Mischievous, long-haired Siamese; Named for 1st century philosopher; Means love in Greek; Sage of felines; Oracle of hidden wisdom; Dispenser of insight; Makes fun of dogs. Like their Siamese ancestors, Balinese are sociable, vocal, playful and inquisitive, and considered among the most intelligent of all long-haired breeds.
Initially, occasional long-haired kittens in Siamese litters were considered a fault in the bloodlines and sold exclusively as pets. There are records of these cats as early as the 1920s; “Long-haired Siamese” were first registered as show cats with the American Cat Fanciers Federation (CFF) in 1928. In the mid-1950s, breeders in the US began serious efforts to develop the long-haired variant as a separate breed.