People are spending more time with their pets as a result of Covid-19’s isolation measures, which is deepening their attachment with them. As was the case with Ida Myrin, who was taken aback when she saw her cat searching the home for her through a concealed camera after she had gone for a while.
He was touched by the actions of the cat named Isola, but he was also concerned since the lady no longer feels capable of leaving him alone.
The devastating photographs went viral last month when they were shared on social media and provoked a flood of comments.
Isola is a three-year-old Ragdoll who has lived with Ida since she was 12 weeks old.
It’s worth noting that the woman who left her home in Varmland, Sweden, only stayed outdoors for half an hour, which was enough to make the cat nervous.
According to Ida, who spoke to the Daily Star,
“At first, we thought he was cute, but when we realized he didn’t stop, he became depressed.”
The cat can be seen meowing and seeking for her in the corridor next to her leash in a video caught by a hidden camera, as if she was thinking “where the heck have you gone?”
When he can’t find anyone, he reclaims the leash and lets out an even more sad meow.
The meows, according to some Internet users, were their way of “crying” when they couldn’t find their mother.
Han lämnades helt ensam (med en kamera) i en halvtimme och nu kommer jag aldrig kunna lämna mitt hem igen. pic.twitter.com/IqS7Z3Vrc3
— Ida Myrin ▽ (@imyrin) April 14, 2020
Given these remarks, the woman said that the cat frequently adopts a “whiny” and sorrowful tone, making it impossible to determine whether it was weeping. However, because you dislike loneliness, it’s likely that you did.
According to Bored Panda, the woman stated that Isola is spoilt, lethargic, and very affectionate, so he is always asking for attention and meows if he doesn’t get it.
“He wanders around a lot so he can see both of us, and he enjoys nice hugs.”
The cat has always been close to his family, but owing to his solitude, he has become accustomed to having someone nearby at all times.
The good news is that the cat did not have to wait long for its mother, although from now on it will have to get used to being unaccompanied when the situation inevitably arises.
🔊meow so lonely
— 9GAG (@9GAG) April 30, 2020
The woman shot a photo of her two cats lying down and enjoying each other when she got home.
“They get along OK, and the other cat is an 8-year-old male… He isn’t always grateful for Isola’s companionship. They do, however, groom themselves and sleep together on occasion.