By anonymous - 06/06/2016 16:51 - United States - Phoenix

Today, like every other day for the past two weeks, the strange cat that has adopted me inexplicably made its way into my house and curled up next to my head while I slept. I'm horribly allergic. FML
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And here i am, closing the door of my room for 2 minutes to force my cat to love me.

I can understand how insects can sneak there way inside, but how does a whole cat "inexplicably" get into your home?

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Keep putting it out? Close your door when you sleep?

And here i am, closing the door of my room for 2 minutes to force my cat to love me.

I love how you specified a whole cat. Not a half cat or a 3/4 cat. A full cat. I'm not trying to be an asshole I just found that funny

And hugging them while they are desperately trying to get away from you because you want them to love you so badly

Lol. I'm on the same boat as you, #2. Need a little bit of love from those furry creatures. :(

Dude, if you've ever known a cat, you'd know that they're like adolescent children. The more you press them about something, the more they're gonna rebel. If you want your cat to love you, ignore him. Completely. Don't talk to him, don't look at him, don't acknowledge him. Lie down on the floor (that's huge -- when you're on their scale, you're not intimidating) and watch tv for a while, ignoring him all the while. Eventually he'll come sniffing around, and then you can gently, in a non-intimidating, non-clingy way, pet him. Cats hate clingers more than just about anything else in this world.

*hugs* I know the feeling...

I can understand how insects can sneak there way inside, but how does a whole cat "inexplicably" get into your home?

Who said it was a WHOLE cat?

Opposed to half a cat?

A whole cat? What, do cat limbs mysteriously make their way into YOUR home, too?

Not only are many cats remarkably smart but they can fit through anywhere that is wider than their head because they do not have collarbones and really flexible spines so OP might think the house is secure but the cat has clearly found a way

common misconception they do have collarbones! they just have a free-floating clavicle unlike the way humans collarbones are connected

Cats are mostly liquid.

Can this cat open doors and windows too? If it was that bad you'd do something to prevent it. YDI.

Does that mean they mastered automatic?

given the low security levels in your house you can consider yourself lucky that it was only a cat that made its way in and not a burglar...

It was a cat burglar.

How could you miss that opportunity?

Suck it up and buy some meds to get over the allergy and enjoy the companionship that life has offered you or chase it off. Being as how you wrote this as an fml I think you should get the meds and learn stuff

What if he's not a cat person?

Close your doors and windows??

You could set up cameras around your house to try and figure out how it's getting in?

*____* This would be a drem come true for me! Fortunately I already have a darling cat that sleep with me like this!

Really, my cat was an asshole and tried to literally smother me every chance she got by trying to sleep on my face after I would fall asleep. I guess I was the lucky one to get the super clingy psycho murderous cat.