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post #31 of 44
Mittens hisses and growls and puts her ears WAY back--why is she mad at me? Because I always tell her to leave Cassy alone.

Cassy bites hard-enough to draw blood---why is she mad at me?
Because I want to kiss her nose and the white under her chin and she won't let me and because she thinks I don't scold Mittens enough.
post #32 of 44
Chuckie does that low growl or meow and tries to take a nip, but only one. He did it when he was injured, but hardly ever apart from that. Hes a good boy, very gentle
post #33 of 44
When my spoiled boy doesn't get his way he usually won't lay by mommy, he'll lay at the bottom of the bed or just keep his distance from me. He gets that pouty look on his face too. Sometimes he'll run around and hit his toys and meow, it's so cute!
post #34 of 44
I have never seen either of my cats angry. They just don't have it in them. Radar has 'very gentle' written in his medical records at the vet (he was licking the vet's face while she pulled out his hernia sutures). Sonic is the headbut king.

Sometimes if I am stroking Radar's belly and he's not keen on it he will put his paw on my hand, and if he's really unhappy he will take my hand in his mouth as a warning, but without putting any pressure on it.

Now if Sonic is angry with Radar, he will lie down and thump his tail on the ground repeatedly. But I have never had an angry reaction from either of my cats.
post #35 of 44
Trout bites and hisses. She does not hesitate.
post #36 of 44
None of them are ever mad EXCEPT Sophia...she has bit me 3 times tonight for no apparent reason, the girl is just mad at the world
post #37 of 44
What I failed to mention is that Radar is 'mad' in the UK sense of the word - ie. insane, several fries short of a happy meal, not playing with a full deck etc, he does get overexcited and bite in his moments of 'madness', but I don't think I've seen him in the US sense of the word 'mad' ie. angry/cross
post #38 of 44
Noodles gives us evil looks and won't pay us any attention. Mooch is rarely mad but she just kind of goes to the other side of the room and stares. Bunny will bop you, Olivia squints up her eyes and Pumpkin growels! The problem is his growel is so darn cute!
post #39 of 44
My Tikki girl has an attitude always. She likes to rub on me and roll around and let me pet her, but at any moment she will snap and bite me, and then dart off somewhere giving me a dirty look.

Reggae doesn't really get to mad.... except at the dog. Then he hisses and growls.
post #40 of 44
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Trout bites and hisses. She does not hesitate.
Of course she doesn't! She's an adorable tortie.
post #41 of 44
Pogue doesn't get mad...so much as frustrated. Like when he thinks I'm taking too long mixing up his breakfast. He sinks his teeth into my calf, and when I look down to scold him, he looks back at me with this expression like "I have no idea why I just did that."

Poo used to follow the "don't get mad, get even" edict. If she was really mad, she'd back up to a wall wherever I was, and pee on it...looking me in the eye the whole time.
post #42 of 44
Zissou's moody just like her mommie . Sometimes she just gets a bug in her butt and decides to pout for days, sometimes she's glued to me.

But when I do do something she doesn't like (a list which is added to every day, and today it included doing sit-ups) she stares at me with a look that actually makes me feel guilty, raises her hackles ever so slightly, then slinks off with this total 'tude. In these moments I finally understand what men mean when they say women are impossible to understand.

When she really hates me, she'll hide under the bed or futon until I look for her. And then stay there.
post #43 of 44
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Originally Posted by Epona View Post
What I failed to mention is that Radar is 'mad' in the UK sense of the word - ie. insane, several fries short of a happy meal, not playing with a full deck etc, he does get overexcited and bite in his moments of 'madness', but I don't think I've seen him in the US sense of the word 'mad' ie. angry/cross
Ha ha, I did mean cross or irritated, but that kind of mad is interesting, too!
post #44 of 44
Well it depends on what made her mad.

If she is mad because I won't give her more food, she meows louder and louder at my feet until I take notice, then when I bend down to pet her she dashes off and looks back at me like "just try and catch me! hmmf!"

If she is mad because of any other reason (I lock her out of a room because she is getting into things, I take away the plastic she found to eat, etc.) she will go hide under something all day.. like it's punishing me by not having her around .. (and it does, she knows I like having her by me)

I guess she is pretty smart
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