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post #31 of 47
This is Snowball, my mom was really easy to train too. When I want to be petted all I have to do is meow once to get her attention, and she'll pet me. I always remember to purr too, so mom will know I'm enjoying myself and she'll keep petting me for a long time. Is 5 or 10 minutes a really
l-o-n-g time?
post #32 of 47
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Originally posted by Lorie D.
I always remember to purr too, so mom will know I'm enjoying myself and she'll keep petting me for a long time. Is 5 or 10 minutes a really
l-o-n-g time?
No silly girl, 5 or 10 minutes is not nearly enough time for the love that we deserve. We should get hours, no days, of non-stop loving! I will purr if I feel they have deserved it. To keep mom and dad at my beck and call, I have mastered the "love me" pose. Silly humans, they can't resist when I flash my belly in their faces. So simple minded they are, my serfs!!

Scarlett

p.s. Did I tell you that I AM the queen of the house?
post #33 of 47
Hewo Trent and everybudy.... This is Patches again. I got to go outside in the hallway of our apartment building today. While my Meowmie was fast asleep. I had fun... But I ran back in because I heard somebudy. Bya!
post #34 of 47
Thread Starter 
OK, time to put my paw in here. I'm Cindy, and I usually let Fawn be spokecat, because she's a little busybody anyway.

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Originally posted by valanhb
...but my favorite are MOTHS! They fly, and are kinda hard to catch but then they are a lot of fun to play with. Unless you have a brother like mine who steals it to play with it. So I steal it back from Trent and play with it, and we do this a couple times until I'm tired of him stealing MY moth that I caught all by myself, and then I eat it. They are really yummy, and very juicy!
I agree. Moths are very good game, and tasty. That sounds like a good game you have with Trent. Fawn and I sometimes do things like that, too, but mostly we get our own.

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... I haven't met a snake or even a mousie! Well, except the toy mousies, but you can't eat those, and they don't move unless Trent or Mommy or Daddy throw them, so I don't like them much.
Toy mousies are OK for practice. Real mousies are lots of fun! You can toss them and bat them all over the place -- very good exercise for keeping your figure trim -- and of course there's no obligation to eat them. Just leave them where the human will appreciate your hunting prowess, that's all I do.

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...Peedoodle and Kahu, you have your humans trained really well! I have my Daddy trained well. He stops whatever he's doing when I want him to pet me. I'm still working on making him go to bed when I want to nap with someone, but he's getting better about that. Mommy is really Trent's human more than mine, which is fine. He likes it when she kisses his head! Can you believe it???
Oh, yes, I can, Ophelia. That's really very nice, actually. Soon, I'm going to suggest to Mum that it's time for bed, and then she'll pick me up and we'll have a little walk upstairs while she says nice things to me and kisses my head and I'll snuggle on her shoulder. When we get upstairs, I'll wait on the bed while she does -- I can't IMAGINE what all she does before she actually comes to bed, but then she'll scoop me up and climb in and I'll curl up on her lap and we'll go to sleep together. And if she doesn't remember to pick me up for our walk, I'll just get in front of her on the stairs and she'll remember.

Nice talking to you

Cindy
post #35 of 47
hello.. meow meow here... looks like you guys have lots to play. me and boy boy has only got lizards, roaches and occasional moths to play with.. boy boy is pretty dumb so i get to have more fun... but mom would always take them away from us... she's afraid of such things and i remember once, we mangled the lizard till she was not able to recognise it... she was so freaked out... heheeh
post #36 of 47
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Originally posted by rapunzel47
Soon, I'm going to suggest to Mum that it's time for bed, and then she'll pick me up and we'll have a little walk upstairs while she says nice things to me and kisses my head and I'll snuggle on her shoulder. When we get upstairs, I'll wait on the bed while she does -- I can't IMAGINE what all she does before she actually comes to bed, but then she'll scoop me up and climb in and I'll curl up on her lap and we'll go to sleep together. And if she doesn't remember to pick me up for our walk, I'll just get in front of her on the stairs and she'll remember.
Muddy here - hey, I've got my mommy trained to do the same!! Good going! Now I'm trying to train her to catch me when I jump from the floor into her arms. Well....she catches me most the time, but she missed once and I fell on my butt. I never put my claws out to catch myself, so she is just going to have to be smart about it or I will start using my claws on her. Behavior training your parents can be difficult sometimes.

Muddy
post #37 of 47
My mum is so mean, I love playing with her hair ties but she won't let me, she thinks it is too dangerous She hides them all in her drawer so I can not get them. Sometimes she forgets and I steal them and run off with them but she always catches me. Its not fair, I swear she is teasing me by hiding them in that darn drawer! Sometimes I try and pull them out of her hair when she is sitting on the couch and some of those times, I am successful, but she takes it away from me again and puts it back in her hair. Mean mum!

Kahu
post #38 of 47
Thread Starter 
another party pooper my mum keeps hers in a little bag that zips closed theyre no fun in there you could steal her comb i like to knock combs off the counter onto the floor and bat them around

fawn
post #39 of 47
my mom is pretty well trained too... i would wake her up at 4am when it's time for my breakfast and she would get out of bed, mumble some stuff and feed me...then go back to bed again... after my breakfast, i would fall asleep on her legs till she is due to wake up at 8 for work...

boy boy
post #40 of 47
I'm Opie and I'm Boss Cat. MY mom has betrayed me - she lets that new kid, Buddy, sleep next to her! If I don't come to bed, right away, he just plunks himself right down and Mom won't make him move.

Last night, Mom got up to use her litter box and I decided to visit mine, too. When I got back, there was Buddy, snuggled up against Mom's hip. Well, I showed them - I jumped up, gave Mom a kiss on the nose and curled up on her shoulder. NOBODY is going to interfer with my snuggle time, with Mom.
post #41 of 47
This is Snowball again. My mom is being difficult, I have been trying to train her NOT to rearrange the living room furniture. Whenever mom starts moving chairs and tables around, I start meowing in a very alarmed way. It's really scary when mom insists on making changes in MY house!!!!

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MY mom has betrayed me - she lets that new kid, Buddy, sleep next to her! If I don't come to bed, right away, he just plunks himself right down and Mom won't make him move.
Opie, if your mom won't behave, just push her off the bed and onto the floor and then make her sleep there all night.

P.S. Push Bill onto the floor too and you and Buddy can have the whole bed to yourselves!!!!!!
post #42 of 47
You know, my fellow kitties, we should write a "book" (Mommy looks that things called books and says that she learns things from them) about How to Train Humans. I think it would be helpful for the other kitties out there who haven't trained their humans as well as we have. We could also tell what humans do that annoy us so much!

My mommy worked on one of those book thingies and said that they helped a lot of kitties who didn't have homes. Maybe we could help kitties too!

Ophelia
post #43 of 47
I think it would be a great idea to write a book about how to train humans! (seriously!)
post #44 of 47
I'm Ike and I don't know what you're all griping about. I'm a big Dalmatian and I need REAL food. Bugs? Lizards? Worms? Surely, you jest!

When Mom and Dad have roast beef, Pearl and I always get a piece and turkey is good, too. On Sunday mornings, we get to split a buttermilk biscuit. Usually, there's a bit of bacon or sausage, too. Last week, there was a leftover hamburger patty and we split that, too. I DO miss my steak bones but, they were making me barf and Mom won't let me have them any more.

You cats can have your nasty old bugs and crawly things - I'll have the good stuff!
post #45 of 47
i am angry at mom today.. she went out without bringing me along... that's the third day in a row... she needs to be ignored... she came home and kept telling me about this kitten who has lost her hind legs and she is thinking of bringing her home.. giving me a sister... i think she's mad...one boy boy is enough to make me go mad and now she wants another kitten... we are not having enough space here!!!

meow
post #46 of 47
Hiya Meow Meow... This is PatcheyMy mom did the same thing today.... She went to the Mall and she didn't take her kid which is me and her half-kid Tiger either.... It used to bother me. But I like the Aunkey anyway. Give Boy Boy a hello swat for me and Tiger.
post #47 of 47
Thread Starter 
our mum and dad don't take us with them either mum tells us shes gotta go catch mousies i think she means she has something important to do but she certainly doesnt bring any mousies home i try to look in the little house where she disappears she says i cant go there i wonder why she goes there and then there are noises and then a big smelly thing comes out another side and mum is in it and it takes her away but it brings her back too so i guess its ok

fawn
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