A Woman Accidentally Walled Up Her Cat When She Was Renovating Her Bathroom

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VAN, TURKEY – FEBRUARY 08: Turkish Van cats sit in an enclosure at the Van Cat Research Center on February 8, 2018 in Van, Turkey. The famous Turkish Van cat is one of the oldest known domestic cats that has lived in the Lake Van region of eastern Turkey for centuries. The Turkish Van Cat has a distinctive appearance with a completely white fur, sometimes only with a patch of color. The breed has three eye colors, blue, yellow and green, which sometimes mismatch. The Van Cat Research Center was established in 1992 with the aim of protecting the breed from gradual extinction. The facility provides health care and studies the genetics of the breeds. (Photo by Chris McGrath / Getty Images)

As the owner of two cats, this video does not surprise me. My wife and I accidentally locked our youngest cat in the bedroom closet and closet while we were away for four or five hours. To be fair, he likes to wander in quietly and snuggle up in the back corner of the cloakroom or in the laundry basket in our bedroom closet. We plan to remodel our bathroom and kitchen and if walls need replacing we should definitely be careful not to wall our cats in like this cat did in this TikTok below. In the end they formed a whole for the cat, and honestly, you can say that the cat just didn’t care, haha.