Willow has always been incredibly interested about everything around her, even as a little kitten.
Described by Willow’s mother, Michelle O’Connor, to The Dodo as hiding in “shopping bags or basically any bag,” she climbs into open cabinets or drawers. “She meows angrily if you take her away. She is nicknamed as “twat cat” because she is always engaging in inappropriate behavior, such as chasing the dog.
If it’s in the house, then it’s fair game for Willow to claim it as her own and explore the heck out of it. Even if there’s something her family thinks she can’t get to, Willow always finds a way.
O’Connor noted that a wall-mounted clock had been off for the last few months. She wasn’t sure why things kept going wrong even after being fixed; she was confused by this. She simply thought that it was probably damaged.
At the beginning of November, the clock was off, so O’Connor stated, “I changed the batteries.” “Two weeks later, I realized something was off, so I replaced the battery once more.”
O’Connor was prepared to accept the fact that the clock will always be off until her daughter found the reason.
It turns out that, of course, the culprit was Willow. She’d been reaching up and swatting at the hands on the clock, causing the whole thing to always be wrong, and she was not at all happy when she was finally caught.
“My daughter caught her red-handed and sent me the film,” O’Connor said. “No guilt from her whatsoever. She just meowed in temper when she was stopped.”
Willow was displeased to be interrupted since she had made changing the clock’s hands her favorite game. She will need to be very cunning if she ever wants to tamper with the clock again because her family is now keeping an eye out for her.
O’Connor stated, “So far I haven’t seen her do it again.”