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Your home is your sanctuary. It’s a place where you can relax and just be yourself without any distractions from the outside world. So, it should be a place that feels secure and private. But, when you own a pet, you quickly come to understand that the privacy you seek completely disappears. Even the most isolated room in the house, the bathroom, isn’t safe from your furry compatriot.

This is especially the case if you are a cat owner. As much as cats are independent animals and do things as they wish, they become really needy when their owners disappear to answer the call of nature. Find out how cats pierce the veil of privacy when their owners go to the bathroom after the jump.

This collection of tweets from around Japan chronicles cats’ quests to get the attention of their owners by any means necessary, through whatever space is available. When their owners leave to use the bathroom, cats will wriggle their way into tight spaces, as if asking for the most awkward high-five ever.

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For some cats, their paws are not enough. They will take advantage of the slightest crack in the door to get an eye-witness account of whatever secret things you are doing.

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As funny as the lonely paw under the door is, surely the other side looks just as ridiculous.

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These pictures shouldn’t come as a surprise to any cat owner, but with camera-enabled smart phone being commonplace, these moments of feline disturbance are being shared more often with the world. How have your furry friends invaded your privacy lately?

Source: Naver Matome
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