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A Couple Offers A Fake “Lap” To Their Overly Clingy Cat

Ziggy is a ten-year-old cat that has little regard for personal space.

Rebecca May and her husband acquired Ziggy and her sister Harley from a London shelter three years ago. And, while Ziggy might be hesitant at first, once she feels at ease, she isn’t afraid to express herself. May told The Dodo, “When she bonds with someone, it’s just incredibly intense.” “She has to be sitting on you,” says the narrator.

CREDIT: REBECCA MAY

Ziggy is constantly on the search for a free seat. She’s already plotting her snuggle attack before her parents have even sat down. “When she believes you’re ready to sit, her ears fall flat and her eyes go dark,” May explained. “It’s almost as if your lap is a target, and whether you’re ready or not, she’s right on it.”

Ziggy always finds a way to be closer to her favorite persons if there isn’t a lap available for her. May went on to say, “She will sit solidly on your back or balance dangerously on your arm or shoulder.” “All she has to do now is focus on you.”

CREDIT: REBECCA MAY

Ziggy’s parents have recently begun to work from home more frequently. This appeared to be wonderful news to Ziggy, who began climbing all over her mother’s desk and computer keyboard right away. May, on the other hand, needed to be able to use the computer and make phone calls in peace.

May put a cat bed on her desk to keep Ziggy near by, but it wasn’t enough. “We believe she requires warmth and protection,” May explained.

The pair did everything to calm Ziggy down, but nothing worked.

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Finally, May’s husband had an idea: since Ziggy is only content when he is sat on a lap, why not make a fake one?

He tucked a heating pad into the lap of a pair of lounge trousers to make them look like legs. He also added tennis shoe feet and a pillow stomach for good measure.

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Ziggy jumped right onto the decoy’s lap and slept soundly for four hours.

“He thought making a decoy would be amusing,” May recalled, “but I don’t believe he anticipated it to succeed.” “Harley was uninterested, but Ziggy was enthralled.”

“Our cat has gotten SUPER clingy now that we both work from home,” May captioned a photo of the decoy on Reddit. We had no choice but to improvise.” Cat owners praised their problem-solving skills and couldn’t wait to try it out for themselves.

CREDIT: REBECCA MAY

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