Woman Catches Cat Begging Amazon Driver For Attention

Cats are awesome and there is no denying the fact that each of them is going to have its own, unique personality.

Some of them will be perfectly content to sit on your lap every time you present it but others are more standoffish and perhaps even a little on the grumpy side.

Tuna is one of those cats that is loved by her family but she also is not afraid to allow her interesting personality to shine. Perhaps that is why she is so popular with her Instagram account, and the sassier she is, the more people love it.

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Tuna lives at home with a couple of dogs but she doesn’t let that deter her from being the best feline she can possibly be. She does okay with the other animals and doesn’t mind interacting, but she also is a princess that needs plenty of attention.

When the pandemic started, it wasn’t long before her owners realize that she needed more than what they were giving her. When Tuna came home from wandering around, she would be dirty so they wondered where she was going. That is when they equipped her with a GPS and found out that she never leaves the house.

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Everything went along fine until one day when the doorbell camera captured a video that took everyone by surprise. It seems as if Tuna was out on the porch and she was willing to greet every deliveryman who came by.

She would even walk around in circles and put on a show for them and roll over, almost as if she wanted her belly scratched.

Photo: YouTube/The Dodo

It seems funny for a cat to be so open with a stranger but Tuna doesn’t have any problem acting in that way. She loves the Amazon man, but it isn’t long before he’s gone and another person shows up. Each of them gets the same treatment, and it’s absolutely beautiful to see.

If you need a smile in your life, why not watch this video capturing Tuna being overly friendly on a Ring doorbell camera? It is sure to make your day.

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