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Saki punched me in the stomach last nite

post #1 of 25
Thread Starter 
And it hurt

I was laying in bed about to turn the light off.. and I had been playing with my hand under the sheets for Saki. He likes to pounce like up and then down... back and forth, its really cute Anyway... I stopped and was just laying there and all of a sudden he POUNCED with both paws straight into my stomach I felt like a little kid punched me or something. It hurt! Little bugger.

Do your cats ever hurt you in strange ways like that
(I doubt it but just thought I'd ask LOL)
post #2 of 25
They are so cute when they play like that. Haha! Well Koa will go under the sheets and attack my feet. It's weird, but he just has something with biting or scratching your feet.
post #3 of 25
When Peedoodle head butts me, he goes straight for my nose, like a liverpool kiss - it always hurts!
post #4 of 25
boy boy would always try to grab my toes underneath and then when he couldn't, he would just jump onto my tummy.... *ouch*
post #5 of 25
yep- that's why we stopped blanket wars a long time ago with our cats. We decided letting them think the bed was a playground was a not the best idea. As fun as it was to play prey under the blankets, the cats couldn't seem to grasp that the game was over sometimes. And yes, it does hurt!
post #6 of 25
Simon will purposely nip my calf if it is sticking out from under the sheets so that I'll get up and play with him. Max is just a moose and he will just walk over you like you are not there!
post #7 of 25
Trent got mad at Earl one time (Earl wouldn't give him something he wanted, or something to that effect) and jumped off of our bookcase headboard, ~6 ft tall, onto his.....lower abdominal area. Yeah, that hurt. Hurt me too - from laughing so hard!
post #8 of 25
Silly Saki!

My cats don't do anything like that. They're kind of boring in bed I guess.
post #9 of 25
Question has learned he can jump from the cat tree, about 6 feet up, down onto me while I am asleep. It is a very, very rude awakening, especially when he lands on my head or stomach.
post #10 of 25
Solaman used to attack us while we were in bed but we used the water bottle a few times and that was the end of that. Now he enters stealth mode when approaching the bed. It's pretty funny!
post #11 of 25
Well Squirt insists on laying/walking on me every night. His 14 pounds don't feel too great every place he steps.

I have also been scratched pretty badly when either Squirt or Joey decides it's time to climb up the leg of the jeans I am wearing like a tree trunk!
post #12 of 25
Thread Starter 
Love these stories
post #13 of 25
Quote:
Originally posted by Sicycat
Love these stories
Ah yes, misery loves company...
post #14 of 25
Ok (close your eyes kids)....worst story was when one of our babies (we were never sure which one did it), jumped off the dresser and landed on my husband's....well....errrr....let's just say tender area. We both woke up as he screamed, and every cat in the house ran away and hid for the rest of the night.

Funny in hindsite!!
post #15 of 25
Fred has perfected the Bladder Dive from the nightstand. He executes it perfectly at approximately 7:30 every morinig.
post #16 of 25
Ahhhh my little boy Jack (who now weights 15lbs) loves to jump on mommy's belly.......

Especally at 3am - when he feels the NEED to bring me a WET furry ball to play with......

My Jack is too funny.... I'll push him off the bed & he thinks we're playing and jumps back on my belly.....

Only until Nick gets out of bed and "kicks" him down the stairs... and runs back in the bedroom to shut the door....

** Jack loves to be softly rolled "kicked" down the stairs, he thinks this is sooooo much fun **
post #17 of 25
Oscar gets a kick out of nailing my feet. His favorite time is in the mornings and he wants food. I must admit that the last time he did that, which was a while back, he scratched me on the foot and hit a pumper Blood was gushing out of there and when I screamed in pain when he did it, I think it just about gave him a heart attack.

Wow I just realized that he hasn't scratched me like that since then to wake me up and this is a good thing. I bet in the morning he will revert back to his old was of waking me up in pain
post #18 of 25
Not too much of that with our bunch, although not for nothing was Fawn called "The Intrepid Hunter of Feet" when she was younger! When she caught them (often!) she "killed" them -- yes, that smarts!

When Nibs came to us he weighed 20 lbs. He carried it well -- didn't LOOK overweight. But when his life settled down, he lost 7 pounds. However, I don't know how he managed it, but he could still carry all 20 of the original pounds simultaneously on each of his four pointy paws, as he stood on my front -- and he just STOOD there -- wouldn't lie down I learned to sleep on my side.
post #19 of 25
alley will lick my cheek and snip at it the
little stinker
post #20 of 25
Rosie jumps on me like that all the time.

Just before my boyfriend and i split, we were lying in bed and Rosie was on the bed. Then on purpose, i started moving my hand under the quilt just above his stomach where she pounced on him!!. I thought it was hilarious, but he grumbled and twisted under his breath(He was never a morning person!!).

Well, thats what he gets for leaving us!!!

Susan
post #21 of 25
Though she has stopped for a while when Tux wanted me to get up she would stand on the headboard and swat my nose, no claws. If this didn't work whe would jump on the bed, climb up the duvet and give me a repeat swatting. Now she just jumps around the bed and meows like she hasn't been fed for three weeks.
post #22 of 25
Oh yeah, I got hurt many times by my cats and I'm sure it'll happen again!

Buddy likes to jump on my back/shoulders and lay down to watch from my shoulders and often will scratch me by mistake while jumping/finding his balance!

Once I was getting out of the bathtub and he decided to jump on me. I was straightening up unaware of him jumping and he started sliding since I was straightening so he used his claws to try to stay on and RAKED HIS CLAWS ALL THE WAY DOWN FROM SHOULDERS TO BUTTOCKS! I SCREAMED my head off in pain and shock!!

I had to sit or lay down VERRRYYYY CAAARREEEFFFUULLYYY AND SLLLOOWWWLLYYY for at least a week! What's worse was the fact that I couldn't even clean the wounds or put bandaids on the scratches since all the scratches were on my back so I got some blood on my clothes!
post #23 of 25
Quote:
Originally posted by Pamela
Oh yeah, I got hurt many times by my cats and I'm sure it'll happen again!

Buddy likes to jump on my back/shoulders and lay down to watch from my shoulders and often will scratch me by mistake while jumping/finding his balance!

Once I was getting out of the bathtub and he decided to jump on me. I was straightening up unaware of him jumping and he started sliding since I was straightening so he used his claws to try to stay on and RAKED HIS CLAWS ALL THE WAY DOWN FROM SHOULDERS TO BUTTOCKS! I SCREAMED my head off in pain and shock!!

I had to sit or lay down VERRRYYYY CAAARREEEFFFUULLYYY AND SLLLOOWWWLLYYY for at least a week! What's worse was the fact that I couldn't even clean the wounds or put bandaids on the scratches since all the scratches were on my back so I got some blood on my clothes!
ouch pam!
post #24 of 25
Thread Starter 
LOL @ biscuits
post #25 of 25
Chewy is about 10+ pounds now and he comes up and walks all over my chest. Ten pounds per paw on the most very sensitive parts. Ouch He used to jump up the back of my desk chair and always got the middle of my back with all claws. A very rude awakening when you aren't expecting it.
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