Cheeky cat Mei Mei ‘fights’ with her owner against an electric heater while pushing the fan to face him

Warm feline! Cheeky cat Mei Mei ‘fights’ against electric heater with owner while slyly pushing him to face him

  • Pictures show pet cat Mei Mei and her owner arguing over radiator in China
  • This moggie loves to stay warm so much that he refuses to share it with anyone else
  • He is seen slyly pushing the electric heater down to face him










Cats love to stay warm, and this moggie in China appreciates it so much that he refuses to share a heater with his owner.

The one-year-old feline named Mei Mei was caught on camera sneakily pushing the electric heater towards him after his owner, Ms. Wang, turned it on to warm up.

Ms Wang, who captured the scene, told MailOnline that she was amused to watch her cheeky pet try to fight her to get closer to the radiator.

Ms Wang, the owner of Mei Mei who captured the scene at her home in Chongqing, told MailOnline that she was amused to see her cheeky pet trying to fight with her to get closer to the radiator.

The funny moment happened earlier this month when the cat’s owner noticed her electric heater continuing to tilt as she relaxed at her home in southwestern Chongqing City. China.

Ms Wang told MailOnline: “I kept seeing the radiator fan sag. At first I thought it was because of a loose screw.

“Then I saw Mei Mei slyly trying to fight me over the heater,” the woman said.

In a 12-second clip, the cheeky moggie is seen sitting next to the radiator reaching out his paw and slowly pushing the radiator down to face him.

The one-year-old feline named Mei Mei was caught on camera sneakily pushing the electric heater towards him after his owner, Ms. Wang, turned it on to warm up.

The one-year-old feline named Mei Mei was caught on camera sneakily pushing the electric heater towards him after his owner Ms. Wang turned it on to warm up.

The funny moment happened earlier this month when the cat owner noticed her electric heater continued to tilt as she relaxed at her home in southwestern Chongqing City.

The funny moment happened earlier this month when the cat owner noticed her electric heater continued to tilt as she relaxed at her home in southwestern Chongqing City.

This moggie loves to stay warm so much that he refuses to share it with anyone else

The naughty feline was called

Ms. Wang added that after the video, Mei Mei repeated the movement several times, apparently refusing to share the heater with her. “He really likes to stay near the heater,” Ms. Wang said.

Ms. Wang added that after the video, Mei Mei repeated the movement several times, apparently refusing to share the heat with her.

“He really likes to stay near the radiator,” said the owner. “Ever since I bought it he didn’t leave it alone and he always lays there to stay warm.”

Images provided by Ms. Wang show Mei Mei in sheer bliss as he snuggles up next to her favorite heat source.

The naughty feline was called “Mei Mei” or “Little Sister” when Ms. Wang adopted him as a kitten after thinking he was a cat.

“I adopted him when he was three months old. Neither I nor my friends had kept cats before, so we couldn’t tell the sex. We thought it was a cat.

“Now I used to call it that and the name stuck,” Ms. Wang said.

Mei Mei’s cheeky gesture also kept netizens entertained after the owner shared the pictures on the Chinese TikTok type Douyin.

One user joked, “This cat has become a human! He just wants to warm up.

Another cat owner wrote, “My cat is doing the exact same thing. He would even turn on the heater on his own!

Apparently, Mei Mei isn’t the only pet in China who likes to stay warm.

A husky named Leo rose to fame recently after he was seen enjoying a Chinese-style massage from his owner’s grandmother.

The 18-second clip shows the animal appearing completely relaxed while being pampered by light strokes on its legs and back.

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