Have you ever wanted a pet so bad, you’ve tried to convince them in every way possible? Such was the scene of this Canadian school girl who desperately wanted a cat and made a PowerPoint presentation to convince her parents. Her dad, Christopher Doyle, took to Twitter to share his experience when his daughter created a detailed presentation to prove how wonderful and convenient cats are so that the family could have it.
Our daughter made a PowerPoint. 🐱 😂 pic.twitter.com/yCOG7QHXmX
— Christopher Doyle (@chrisdoyle) August 25, 2020
Doyle also pointed out how his daughter was enjoying this new activity and was quite involved in the same. Have you ever gone this far? He also was overwhelmed with the response he got from Twitter, including suggestions by fellow parents about what he should do if he and his wife is against the idea.
Pull a weird dad and get her a chinchilla. Insist it's a cat.
— Jared R Delo ⭐⭐ (@WotePrime) August 25, 2020
You owe her 1 cat for dereliction of hamster provision. Sorry theme the rules.
– they are hilarious story providers
– they keep the kids entertained
– psychologically beneficial
– you'll never endure a PP slideshow like that again (or a tweet like this)
Get a cat!
— Angela, Loving TS's Folklore Album (@TheBookNerdess9) August 26, 2020
A number of people pointed out that his daughter was definitely putting forth a strong point and hence it was necessary for him to finally get a cat! At least she deserves something for her effort and bravery that she’s put forth! Some even explained how cats are so great for the house and spread diversity about how cats make perfect companions. They also explained how having a pet will help his daughter raise awareness about being kind to animals and how they can be treated as family members as well.
Plus, cats are great for teaching diversity. Black cats are always the last to be adopted because they're considered unlucky. When she goes back to school, she can help teach her classmates about how that's not true and that they are easy to photograph! Observe: pic.twitter.com/VRKcr6CnEg
— Jennifer Layn (@psychoinsomniat) August 25, 2020
May i recommend a Devon Rex? Hypoallergenic, does not shed hair, very gentle and social. pic.twitter.com/ujjzOIEYpp
— bex (@abexell) August 26, 2020
Do you own a cat or know anyone who does? How is the experience with them?