*Hey, many of us animal lovers can probably name a time when we allowed a squirrel or some other furry cutie to come up to our doorsteps for a treat. I have had squirrels practically knock at my door for the occasional nut. And that’s putting it mildly.
I remember one time, I guess I wasn’t moving fast enough for my little squirrel friend who, apparently got an attitude, and jumped, claws first, on my screen door in protest.
But even this is lightweight compared to what 28-year-old Corey Karmann has to put up with EVERY night, once he opens the door to a bunch of cats who have come to expect their dinner.
“The cats know when my pickup pulls in,” Karmann, who lives on a farm, told The Huffington Post. He has admittedly been feeding the cats for several years, so by now I’m sure generations have caught on too. “It’s nearly supper time so they all congregate by the front door.”
And you know animals really do have a process, just like people, to prepare for sitting down to dinner. People go and wash their hands. And cats, in this case, actually sit and lick themselves and/or each other prior to a meal.
It’s really a sight to behold!
But unless you are an animal lover, and in this case — a cat lover — you still may not understand what someone who has taken on such a “responsibility” (and it is a responsibility) really goes through.
Karmann says he got tired of trying to explain his “nightly ritual” to his friends, and decided to film the event.
For all we know, they could be saying, “Yaay!” (Smiles).
You have to see this for yourself. Take a look below!