Are Cats Teenagers? Because these Similarities among Cats and Teenagers are Weirdly Accurate

As a cat owner, you can imagine how jumpy and restless your cat can be when you’re not paying attention and how it can do a historical melodrama to make you pay for it.

Teenagers are no different. Generally, they are always edgy, ready to do something to be noticeable and are usually very emotional.

We all have been through it, there’s no shame in accepting that but the similarity between a teenager’s behavior and cats’ behavior is weirdly accurate.

These are 5 examples that make us think that why cats are so teen-agey? Or teenagers so catty?

You Can’t Tell Them What to Do

Have you ever seen that worried look on the faces of parents who have a rebellious 16-year-old who doesn’t listen? You’ll ask this kid to come home early, he will explore the perks of adolescence till midnight, you’ll ask him to focus on studies and you’ll catch him chatting over the phone at 1 a.m. Likewise, cats are very independent creatures who don’t want to be told what to do. You can suggest and try to teach them some manners, but there’s a little chance they won’t turn your place upside down. The only way out is to let them learn.