Shhh… let me sleep! Cute moment cat covers its ears with paws to snooze next to loudly snoring owner
- Footage filmed in Fuzhou, Fujian Province on February 20 shows sleeping cat
- The three-year-old shorthaired moggy covered her ears next to snoring owner
- Daughter Chen said the family had made him sleep in sitting room due to noise
- The funny clip has been widely shared on Chinese social media
It’s not just humans that get thoroughly fed up with people snoring, as this hilarious video shows.
Footage filmed in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China, shows a fed-up looking cat called Bulb curled up with its paws over its ears to block out the loud snores of its owner.
He was sleeping on the sofa in the living room because his daughter Chen, who filmed him, said the family could not handle it.
Footage filmed in Fuzhou, Fujian Province on February 20 shows a three-year-old British shorthaired moggy called Bulb covering her ears while trying to sleep near to her snoring owner
Exasperated feline Bulb, who had clearly become frustrated by the noise, was positioned near to her father asleep and one paw covered her ear
She woke up to go to the toilet and saw the comical scene unfolding on February 20 and could not resist filming it.
The three-year-old British shorthaired cat, who had clearly become frustrated by the noise, was positioned near to her father asleep and one hand covering her ear.
Chen chose to zoom in on her father, to emphasise the sheer volume of his snoring to him and show him the next day.
Ms Chen posted the footage on Chinese social media, where it has been widely shared.
She revealed that her father did not always snore so loudly but on that one day he was, which is why he was moved to the sofa.
It’s not the first time a cat has become frustrated by its owner.
One angry moggy had a hissy fit after its snacks were taken away in a 2019 video filmed in Chaozhou, in China.
Chen Goudan, a shorthair feline, is calm until its food is abruptly taken away and it becomes angry.
One angry moggy had a hissy fit after its snacks were taken away in a 2019 video filmed in Chaozhou, in China