I have a 9 month old neutered male Bombay. He is a very loving kitty but he jumps in the middle of my back unexpectedly. He just wants to sit on my shoulders to get a better view of what I am doing. He does this usually when I am at the cabinets doing dishes or when he wants attention. It is unexpected and I don't know when he is going to do it. It would be hard to spray him because he is in the middle of my back. Any suggestions on a Humane way to keep him from doing this. Hate to resort to wearing a kitty-proof vest while at home. By the way, he is an inside only kitten with another brother to play with. Gets plenty of exercise and plenty of personal time with us (humans).
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1/12/03 at 12:14am