The relationship between people and pets, sometimes with children and parents, is very similar to the relationship between bosses and employees. Such as keeping a cat. Some people keep cats and buy them at a high price, but keep the most expensive cat food but ignore its nature and needs. Going to the table to scold, grind his claws and beat, it is too troublesome to pee. To prevent it from being mischievous and locked in a cage. The owner was happy and wanted to touch it, but he resisted. The owner slapped his backhand, cursing, “I spent that much money, you are not good, how can there be a cat like you, worthy of the money I spent”. Does it look like some parents treat their children and bosses treat employees? If you eat mine and take mine, you should be at my mercy to make me comfortable? The cat has everything needed for food, clothing, and a cage. Is it happy or unhappy, loved or unloved? Is there a choice? It is just a cat that was bought back. I know a cat that has been raised so much. When I met him, his eyes were full of vigilance. I adopted it. Because its former owner thought it was “unfamiliar”, he threw it to a young lady who had no choice but to rent a house. I have seen many stray cats, and I am still surprised that cats also have this kind of “bored” expression. It doesn’t know how to gurgle from its stomach, or how to step on milk. If you hold other cats, it will shrink into a ball and watch. If you feed the canned food, it doesn’t grab it, and waits for the other cats to finish eating. You tease it with a toy, but it ignores it, as if it has never been interested. Never actively approach you, you touch it, it does not resist, but its eyes are full of boredom. Keep away from me, I’m a good cat. It eats my hair, tears at the paper, bites my clothes, and occasionally doesn’t bury the shit. Sometimes I will be yelled in anger, threatened by it, and scratched by it. But most of the time it stays with a cat and ignores everything, including me and the other cat. And I only let it do what a cat wants to do, bask in the sun, nap, and sharpen its claws. Where it likes to grind its claws, I will put a scratcher on it. Wait until it likes the scratcher, and then slowly move the scratcher to a place that is convenient for me. When I want to kick it, but it doesn’t want to, I just lie next to it and look at it, soak up the sun and take a nap together. When I sleep, it eats my hair and bites my feet. I push it away and hide it with a quilt before going to sleep with my head covered. When he saw it eating paper, he confiscated the paper and hid it, and checked his poop the next day. We keep this distance, respecting each other for almost two years. This year’s epidemic, I spent more time at home. I found it suddenly acted like a baby, and it became more and more sticky to me. When I work, it rubs against my computer screen, and when I reach out to touch it, it uses its small head to arch my palm. I learned to play with cat sticks, and I will sit down when I open the snack door. The expressions have changed from “bored” and “vigilant” to more and more “dumb” and “tiger-headed”. The place to sleep has also changed from a cat climbing frame far away to a position next to my pillow. The sleeping position changed from crouching and leaning forward. From the snarling in my mouth, until I heard “Ouch”, I stopped and licked me. Oh, it still grunts, grips its claws, and rolls over after being scratched to sleep. I still don’t know if it is fortunately happy, or if I love it very much. It does not look like a “pet” that should be entertained, nor does it follow the instructions of the “master”. It is like a clumsy child slowly and gentle, and I also learned patience and respect because of it. I never think that humans are the same as beasts, because beasts have no choice, let alone take responsibility for their choices. I like this cushion very much recently. I don’t even go to bed with it…maybe my feet are more fragrant? (Witty) It’s the first time to get so many likes, thank you for your likes. Sending a warm double orange overwhelms the welfare of the kang.