Hey, how about sprinkling a little catnip on your clothes. She seems to really enjoy her catnip. Maybe she will start associating you with something really good.
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9/10/03 at 1:53pm
|originally posted by Russian Blue
Here's another pic I took this weekend. My two babes asleep....awww....
|Originally posted by Sicycat
Zoey is 16 months. I got her at 11 months.
Oh she gives me plenty of love when I get home, its really cute. Head bonks, purrs, rubs, pets. She chases me into the bedroom and jumps on the bed and when I plop down on the bed she head bonks my face and meows. But that only lasts like 10 min I call her by making kissy noises. She almost always comes and head bonks my hands. But she just isnt a cuddler. She needs her own space (most likely due to her past with kids and rough housing). If she's sleeping and I go try to kiss her she whines. And if I dont back off she swats at my head and bites my nose lol.
When I first got her, she slept on the bed and came into my lap occasionally. But now she's got her window perch above the bed and she spends all of her time there.
I want a kitten
I do. *sigh* I want a kitten who will cuddle. I want a kitten who wont bite me and will sleep with me at night. I want 2 different personalities instead of one.
|originally posted by PurrfectCatlove
You know Sicy , each cat smell differend too .So the best way would be ( I think and maybe I am wrong too ) you go to the shelter and if you like a cat/kitten there pet her/him and let it go on you and rup on you , then you go home and let Zoey smell you out . If she hisses , you know she don't like it , or if Zoey bite you really hard , or react totally hmmm not good . Then you change your clouth and put it in the washing maschine . Just a idea to think about .