The second pic shows the emotions the cat is feeling for sure. I can see my five year old trying that on my cat. I better not let her see this and give her the idea...
My ex has a cat named Shorty. He was more stubborn than tolerant though. A good example involves my oldest daughter. At the time she was one and a half or so and walking around getting into everything. So I'm working on the pc
and I hear the cat growling and hissing. I'm thinking great, now what... So I look around the corner to make sure everything is alright and I see Daisy holding onto the arm of a chair in the living room. Underneath her feet is Shorty, growling at her. Now before you think that she's mean for using a big, fat cat for a step stool keep in mind that there's no way she could have sneaked up on him and that she had to put one foot at a time onto him. He was just too stubborn to move and would rather whine about the situation than correct it. When I rushed over and picked her up, he gave one final hiss of derision and then laid his head back down, still not moving from his spot.