October 12th 06, 12:49 AM
Generally, if one of my cats' tail starts to twitch and/or the pupils start
to dilate, I know s/he's getting overstimulated and may bite and/or scurry
away soon. If I just stop, s/he'll stay.
"silvercelt" > wrote in message
> Yeah, she just showing you she has had enough.
> Eva Quesnell wrote:
>> On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, cybercat wrote:
>> > "desgnr" > wrote in message
>> > news:[email protected]
>> >> Why does my 7 month female spayed kitten bite ?
>> >> You can pet her for a while,then she turns around & bites,then leaves.
>> > She gets overstimulated. After a while, you will know from her attitude
>> > when
>> > to stop.
>> That's just what I was going to say. :) Some cats can be stroked for
>> hours and never get this way, but lots of them will get too excited by
>> petting. When she starts to swish her tail, it's a signal that she is
>> starting to be unhappy.