1. Taken more selfies with your cat than with some other individual.
2. Felt double-crossed when your cat hugged to another person.
3. Transformed into an overprotective guardian in the wake of seeing your cat with another cat.
4. Asked your cat for forgiveness after incidentally stepping on its paw.
5. Considered your cat sitting on you to be the most elevated honor.
6. Acquainted your cat with Snapchat without them knowing it.
7. Persuaded yourself you knew precisely what your cat was meowing..
A big bulk of my day is spent reassuring my cat about stuff but tbh I don't know…I really don't. pic.twitter.com/8eKCb2FU7V
— Ben Cameron (@ben_cameron) June 6, 2016
8. Thought sooner or later that your cat’s passing gaze was a surefire sign they were going to murder you.
9. Intruded on your cat’s tranquil sleep to give them consideration they certainly didn’t need.
10. Felt a feeling of solidarity with anybody wearing dresses secured with cat hairs.
It's always so dark in my flat so I never notice cat hairs and I'm almost at uni and have just noticed pic.twitter.com/Gxl4KKMbEX
— Jordan (@jordansheeehy) February 23, 2016
11. Dressed your cat in something ~cute~ and let yourself know they adored it.
12. Held a photo shoot for your cat..
13. Been both glad and goaded when you’ve found your cat accomplishing something it shouldn’t be.
This is my cat. There are many cats like my cat; but this cat is my cat. pic.twitter.com/GQbxM5gpT8
— Grace Bartling (@gbartling26) May 27, 2016
14. Assigned an arbitrary spot as your cat’s region.
15. Demonstrated your cat its appearance in the mirror, to make sure they knew they were looking OK.
16. Lain on your cat’s stomach since it’s pleasant and comfortable, however never with your entire weight because of apprehension of squishing them.
17. Been more worried about your feline’s appearance than your own.