We all think that only human can express their emotions, and only they have feelings.
But it’s not true, animals have emotions too, and they show it by their actions.
Sometimes, animals surprise us with their funny behavior, we all love our pets, we feel happy and relaxed with them. Animals are smart, clever and sometimes more intelligent than us. They are too moody, or dramatic sometimes. Sometimes, they behave like kids also.
New Zealand MP Andrew Falloon just shared an adorable photo of his father, who recently underwent surgery and is currently still recovering, on Twitter.
In the photo, his father was asleep on the couch with a beautiful, furry cat, in the most adorable position possible: holding hands!
Falloon’s mother told him that she left the house for a few minutes and left the door open. And this moment the cat entered inside and cozy up to the recovering man on the couch.
According to Bored Panda, the photo was snapped by Andrew Falloon’s mother while his father was asleep. Falloon told the publisher:
“She snapped the photo before waking Dad up. He was pretty surprised to find the cat curled up!
Falloon said that his mom shared the photo with him, and he posted it on social media and it quickly went viral. The photo currently has over 75,000 retweets and 400,000 likes.
The awesome people of Twitter have been reacting to the photo since its posting.
According to the interview with Bored Panda, the cat has been identified as a neighborhood cat named Ziggy.
The parliament member said his parents are not a cat lover and they don’t have a cat for a few years now, but I guess he is now.”
He said, “Ziggy hanging around it seems that there is no need for a new pet, “Ziggy seems to have adopted my Dad, so I’m not sure if they’ll get another cat. My parents are just happy to have him visit every so often.”
“It’s nice to have Dad on the mend after his operation, but he’s a bit blown away by all the coverage. I had to explain to him what Twitter was and how it’s been seen by so many people.”
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