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Old March 15th 17, 12:21 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Bastette[_4_]
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John Kasupski wrote:

Just yesterday after a couple of sessions of playing with Minnie here -
and she does like to play a bit rough - she jumped up on my lap and allowed
me to hold her while she was upside down in my arms like you hold a baby,
while gently rubbing her under her chin - and while she was laying there
with her paws on either side of my face licking my nose, it occurred to me
that trying to do that would have gotten me scratched or bitten back when
I first got her in October. That was a first. After about 15 seconds I put
her down - making sure I didn't overdo it, because that was a first for her
letting me hold her like that, and so I wanted to make sure I stopped before
her tolerance reached its end. It wasn't so much to keep from getting my
face scratched as to build trust. She hasn't been a lap cat thus far - but
I'm working on it. grin


Great story!! And it was smart to put her down before she got overstimulated
or nervous and cranky about it. This way she won't associate letting you hold
her with agitated feelings.

Joyce

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I care not for a man's religion whose dog and cat are not the better
for it. -- Abraham Lincoln
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Old March 15th 17, 12:48 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Robert Catt
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I was just wondering about Mooch, when reading one of your other posts.
I thought I remembered that she had gone to the bridge, but I haven't seen
a post from you in a while, so I wasn't sure.
And I didn't even realize that Mooch was a girl! She was a great (semi)
reformed feral kitty.
Joyce

For years I thought Mooch was a male, until I took her to the vets on the
final day of her life a couple of years ago. The vet said that she was
female.
I repost regularly about Mooch and her activities before she died, on my
Facebook home page and to her fan club group that I mentioned.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/mooc...?ref=bookmarks

 




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