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Cat is not happy after humans invade her space during coronavirus lockdown

This lockdown life isn't easy. Still, at least we've got our furry friends to keep us company. Although this cat is (quite literally) crying out for some alone time!

By Ashley Murphy

Published on the 31/03/2020, 12:00

Like many kitties, Mylee has an independent streak. In fact, you could say she's a little stubborn. She doesn't like anything interrupting her routine, and she hates it when anybody invades her turf.

Life on lockdown

So when Mylee's cat parents began spending more time at home following the coronavirus lockdown, she was less than pleased.

Because as far as Mylee was concerned, the house belonged to her during the day.

Her cat mum tried to explain the situation, but as you're about to see, Mylee wasn't having any of it:

And you don't have to speak fluent cat to understand what Mylee was trying to say!

Things aren't about to get better for Mylee

But despite her cries for some alone time, Mylee needs to get used to having her humans around 24/7.

Understand what your furry friend is trying to say with this guide to a cat's body language.

She lives in the USA, where lockdown measures will remain in place until at least April 30th. And like here in the UK, it may take as long as six-months before life starts getting back to normal.

Mylee doesn't know this yet, but we'd like to see her reaction when she finds out!