Cat Stares In Disdain As Human Spurns Her For A Younger Blonde Kitten

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Once, she was loved. Once, she was adored. Once, she was the only one in his life.

Then, one day, the other one showed up; a younger blonde naif who had no problem soaking up the attention.

Something had to change, she thought. Someone had to go.

This is all conjecture, of course. We may never know what train of thoughts actually passed through the mind of this gray cat, except for the video that captured her contempt as her owner played with a new kitten.

Source: Twitter/@MerielMyers
This gray cat is unsure of her human’s new interest.

Thankfully, Twitter has provided us with a good idea of what she must have been thinking.

“The look of utter betrayal,” wrote @MerielMyers in the original video.

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“Grey cat calculating how they’re gonna make it look like the orange cat ‘ran away,'” posted @BayAlden.

“My man best watch his back,” wrote @DPetagrew.

“This is exactly what my cat looks like. This is exactly why I don’t let any other animals inside my apartment,” wrote @BahaLoW.

Source: Twitter/@MerielMyers
“The look of utter betrayal.”


“If that dude is still alive that cat is slipping,” added @themagnus316.

“It’s only a matter of time now before that cat starts plotting to trick the kitten into a box and ship him by Fedex across the country…,” wrote @tvchiquita.

Source: Twitter/@MerielMyers
We all know what that look means.

MerielMyers’ original tweet has since been retweeted more than 60,000 times, with no shortage of replies positing what revenge the spurned gray cat must be considering.

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This new addition to the family may take some time to find her place, but it doesn’t seem like she’s leaving any time soon. For now, these cats will have to learn to live together.


Source: Twitter/@MerielMyers
She is not pleased. Not pleased at all.

Even if it means sharing the spotlight.

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Matthew Russell is a West Michigan native and with a background in journalism, data analysis, cartography and design thinking. He likes to learn new things and solve old problems whenever possible, and enjoys bicycling, going to the dog park, spending time with his daughter, and coffee.
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