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post #31 of 44
If Beauty wants anything she'll go and stand staring at the fridge door, as if it will open by itself if she looks at it long enough!

She will then gaze at me and go back to staring at the fridge!
post #32 of 44
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Originally Posted by rescuecatsrule View Post
If Beauty wants anything she'll go and stand staring at the fridge door, as if it will open by itself if she looks at it long enough!

She will then gaze at me and go back to staring at the fridge!
My BF's rainbow cat would do that. He used whole body language to communicate. He would sit in front of the cabinet where the food was and just STARE at it, then at us... back at the cabinet.... it was sooo cute!
post #33 of 44
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Originally Posted by Jessy View Post
Roxy has started holding up her paw when she wants something, but there's nothing wrong with her.
Forrest does that too. He hurt his leg a while back and it took a few days to heal. He learned quick that if he holds up his leg and looks pitiful that he can get a lot more attention than normal. Now he does it all the time when I'm working and he's trying to get my attention.

I'm so easily trained.
post #34 of 44
Gizmo does this all the time. His favorite toy is a stuffed alligator and he'll usually do it in the early morning. Sometime between 5am and 6am, he'll carry the alligator to the hallway, then start up with this really sad meow. Wakes me up every time but then again maybe that the whole point.
post #35 of 44
Thread Starter 
I woke up this morning and there were 5 of their toys in the bedroom. It had to be Jack because Rosie only carries a toy downstairs. And twice tonight he gave out the same cry and came down with toys in his mouth, so cute

I gave him some treats each time and told him he was a good boy, so i'm going to try and have the camera ready next time i hear him
post #36 of 44
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I gave him some treats each time and told him he was a good boy, so i'm going to try and have the camera ready next time i hear him
Yes... pictures.
Jack
post #37 of 44
Yay! Pictures of Jack!
post #38 of 44
Thread Starter 
I got one of him at the weekend So i'll post it in furpics on friday evening
post #39 of 44
Serenity does this very same thing, Susan! She'll also do this if she catches herself an insect! "Look what I caught, Mommy!" She's so precious! I always tell her what a good girl and champion huntress she is!
post #40 of 44
My little tortie does this. But with a twist. I've bought them all sorts of mice, fuzz balls, balls (both with and without bells) and squeaky toys.

what does she play with? Rubber bands and twist ties to garbage bags. Rubber bands are her favorite and she'll prance around crying like that then drop it for me. I praise her and give it back and she squirts away all happy.
post #41 of 44
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Originally Posted by fastnoc View Post
what does she play with? Rubber bands and twist ties to garbage bags.
Just try to only let her play with things like rubber bands and twist ties when you're around to supervise. Cats tend to eat things like that (even my RB cat, who should have known better since he was 13 at the time) and surgery would likely be necessary if it doesn't pass through.
post #42 of 44
Yeah Oreo does this all the time. It is so funny cause when we are gone and come back we can tell how much she missed us by the amount of stuffed animals and toys laying in the middle of the Family room floor. She will bring one in looking for us and keep doing it. She wants her praise.
post #43 of 44
Thread Starter 
Heres Jack caught carrying one of their toys down

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...emac/001-7.jpg
post #44 of 44
Oh....look at how serious Jack is when working.
Susan, every time I seem your boy, I am amazed by how gorgeous he is.
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