Like most of us during the pandemic, Ida Myrin has been spending a lot of time with her cat.
His nâmê is Isolâ, hê’s â thrêê-yêâr-old Râgdoll thât hâs bêên with Idâ sincê hê wâs 12 wêêƙs old.
Idâ êxρlâins: “Hê is ƙindâ sρoilêd ând lâzy, but âlso loving. Hê âlwâys dêmânds our âttêntion ând yêlls êvêry timê hê doêsn’t gêt it.
Hê’s âlwâys moving so thât hê cân sêê us both, hê lovês â good cuddlê, but hâtês fâcês.”
“When he was a kitten he often stopped what he was doing to randomly hit the floor instead and he has NO ball control. We also think that he is a bit claustrophobic. He loves feet. LOVES.”
Iosla has always been very attached to his humans and during lockdown he got used to always having them around. He really wasn’t happy when they were working or focusing their attention on other things.
Ida realized that he was loving the fact that his humans were now at home most of the time, all that extra attention must be lovely when you’re used to being ‘human free’ during the day.
Then Ida had the idea of secretly filming him when he was left alone in the apartment for less than an hour.
She couldn’t believe her eyes when she played back the video.