Yoshitsune is a 5-year-old cat that isn’t scared to establish her territory.
Yoshitsune loves each new object brought home by her parents and feels they are gifts for her. “[She] enjoys new things and is nervous and eager,” Yoshi’s mother Reina told The Dodo, declining to give her last name. “However, she understands what people are saying.”
Yoshitsune is now smitten with a gray and white desk chair that her mother recently purchased for the flat. Sticking her arm through the tight area between the seat and the back and resting on the cushion is a favorite pastime of the playful cat.
Yoshitsune, on the other hand, is forced to share the chair with her father, which she despises.
Yoshitsune has had the chair to herself since it arrived, and anytime her father attempts to sit down, she expresses her disapproval.
The little cat attempts everything she can to get in the path of her father, who is seated on her favourite spot.
She’s attempted to shove him away with her paw…
… and pushing her body between his back and the chair to make sitting as painful as possible.
If all else fails, she may be rather theatrical, making her most distraught face in an attempt to get compassion from her mother.
Reina took a couple images of Yoshi protecting her territory earlier this month and uploaded them to Twitter with the caption: “The new piece is my place.” My father constantly seems to get in the way.”
Yoshitsune’s arguments are always successful, and her father allows her to sit in the chair without having to share it with anybody else.
Her parents are confident that whenever they purchase their next piece of furniture, they will be able to utilize their “new” desk chair once more.