Does your cat do this?

by Zodiax
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Does your cat climb on your back when you are laying down, start purring, alternatively lift his paws to get nice n' comfy, stretch out, and than take a nap?
  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Yep, and carefully getting her off my legs and onto the nearest chair is an art form, but most of the time l would get away with it, without waking the cat!

    The back one is tricky, she virtually has you under her control!


    But that is nothing new for cats!


    Had to post these.....







    Yes, a cat playing with his food, with any luck, at least we will be spared with any more Transformer movies, with a hot chick and a lot of running!

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  • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
    Originally Posted by Zodiax View Post

    Hello

    Does your cat climb on your back when you are laying down, start purring, alternatively lift his paws to get nice n' comfy, stretch out, and than take a nap?
    No but my parrot is ill, he's just been pecking at his food.
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

      No but my parrot is ill, he's just been pecking at his food.
      Sounds like he's pining for the fjords.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    Originally Posted by Zodiax View Post

    Hello

    Does your cat climb on your back when you are laying down, start purring, alternatively lift his paws to get nice n' comfy, stretch out, and than take a nap?

    Yup. Back, front, on top of my head.....

    I finally figured out that my cat's affection for me, is based on the fact that I am softer and warmer than the floor.....
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    • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      Yup. Back, front, on top of my head.....

      I finally figured out that my cat's affection for me, is based on the fact that I am softer and warmer than the floor.....
      "I am softer and warmer than the floor."

      That's a good Lino
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      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      I finally figured out that my cat's affection for me, is based on the fact that I am softer and warmer than the floor.....
      LoL...yes indeed. That's a kitty fact...at least in the winter months around here it is.

      Those headbutts should be coming as your cat settles in. My greatest cats were very generous with the headbutts...very cool, and usually a sign that your cat is quite comfortable with you and your surroundings, and itself.

      At our house they are called chin butts though...and on occasion they can be teeth smackers or tongue biters if when coming unexpectedly from one of our miniaturized lions.

      Cheers

      -don
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      • Profile picture of the author Cali16
        Originally Posted by ForumGuru View Post

        ... if when coming unexpectedly from one of our miniaturized lions.
        "Miniaturized lions" - love that!

        I had a cat that loved to be held with his front legs up on my shoulder, and then he would nuzzle / butt his head into the side of mine (his nose pushing into my ear) and just purr. Made me melt every time.
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