We need cats in our lives. That is clear. But after we have a cat and live with it longer, we start to look like our cat. Along the way, however, we love her more and more and we may develop the obsessive cat attachment syndrome (OCAS).
In the following lines, I will explain if do you look like your cat or are you sick?
But my request is to take everything as a joke. Or not? LOL.
Next, see if do you look like your cat or are you sick?
Signs that look like your cat
You can start your day without coffee.
You are always smiling, ignoring disappointments and pains.
You resist the temptation to complain and you bored others with your problems.
You can eat the same dish every day and yet you are grateful for it.
You can understand that the person you love is too busy to pay attention to.
You can bear to scolded by your loved one when you have done nothing wrong.
You can endure criticism and unjust accusation without resentment.
You can find the strength to joke when your soul cries.
You can understand the limits of your friend’s knowledge and not always correct him.
You resist the temptation to treat the rich better than the poor.
You can be free and independent without disturbing those around you.
You can face the world without lying and pretending.
You have so much ambition that you never give up on your dreams.
You can continue your life without the need for energizers.
You can control your nerves without medical help.
You can relax without drinking alcohol.
You can sleep peacefully without taking sleeping pills.
You can say, from the bottom of your heart and with the utmost sincerity, that you have no prejudices about the color, race, religion, nationality, sex, or political ideas of the people.
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Obsessive of attachment to cats
Disorder a new disease has recently identified caused by a virus that affects not only cat owners but also those around them.
Specialists have already started research on the forms in which it manifests itself.
The condition, called “obsessive cat attachment syndrome” (OCAS), was initially thought to be psychological. Later, however, two young researchers suddenly decided to become cat breeders and it discovered that the disease is pathogenic.
It is not at all difficult to personally check how much this syndrome has spread: look around carefully and you will find that at least one cat crouched on almost every balcony or window.
If you walk down the hall of a block of flats, you will surely hear the pampering meow of a cat behind the doors.
Epidemiologists have identified three stages of the syndrome. They described the clinical picture. Here are the signs whose presence should worry you.
The disease has contacted (stage I)
Anymore expensive cat food seems cheap to you.
You’re glad you wake up at 3 in the morning to feed the cats and play with them.
You find it fun to spend a few hours a day brushing cat fur and cutting their claws.
You consider yourself stingy because the amount spent per year on accessories (igloo, sponge balls, conveyor, pillows, etc.) and feline shows is under $ 3,000.
You don’t have a single cat left and you think that nothing can be more beautiful than a group of 20 cats.
The disease has reached stage II
The most important factor that determines you to buy furniture in the house is how comfortable it will be for your cats and how well it contrasts with their fur.
You are thinking of buying a house and the only thing that you interested in whether the cattery will harmonize perfectly with the garden.
The amount of money spent on cat food is higher than the amount allocated for clothes and food.
You spend as much money on the vet as on the family doctor.
You are often left-handed because of the international feline shows you are dying to attend.
You have more photos with cats than with parents, partner or children.
Your proposal for the ideal holiday is to laze at home taking care of each cat and giving him maximum affection.
When you talk to someone, the topic of discussion is always about cats, because you only think about them.
You are in the final phase of the disease (stage III)
In the morning you prepare breakfast for children or your partner, only after you have discovered where the cats are hiding and you have checked if all the bowls with food and water are full.
You know exactly the name and mood of each cat -20 in number- but you don’t realize who the strangers are walking around the house; you will learn from friends that these are your children, your partner and your parents.
You keep arguing with some unbearable children – who the neighbors say is yours – because they bother the cats.
You contribute to the school fund for the institution to buy purebred kittens for all students.
You spend so much time at home with the cats that you don’t know what the city center looks like.
At the request of the partner: “it is necessary to decide who you want to stay with, with the cats or with us”, you chose the cats.
Do you suffer from this serious condition? Well, know that there is still a chance of healing. During the research, it found that most of the detected cases did not evolve beyond stage II, but remained chronic. People in the third stage of the syndrome were also detected. These were immediately sent to quarantine and studied with great care, to arrive at the discovery of the antidote.
What measures can taken to prevent illness? Until treatment discovered, prevention is the only measure that can taken. Therefore, ignore commercials that show you cat food or invite you to participate in feline shows. Avoid direct contact with cats. These animals thought to be carriers of the virus responsible for OCAS. It bypasses infected people. I know, it’s not easy to get rid of those who talk all the time and with everyone only about cats. After such contact, impose a shower with antibacterial soaps to disinfect yourself well.
If you are unlucky enough to live in the same house with a person affected by this syndrome and you have not infected yet, then you are probably safe.
I leave it to you to draw your own conclusions
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