Found this site by accident and happened to read about symptoms that describe my kitty's problem. We rescued Rufus (son's idea of a name) last August from the streets and he is the best cat I have ever had. When he started loudly crying every morning around 5:30 I thought it was because he was lonely. Once we got up and walked him to his food dish he was fine. Recently the kids discovered it was so cute to watch him attack the tip of his tail every morning. He has never liked being pet down his back but I didn't think anything of it until I noticed his back would ripple as we pet or brushed him. I think it is amazing that I found this site and am hoping to get some advice. He is healthy and seems happy. He loves to follow me around the house and "talks" to me all the time. After losing a cat 15 years ago I am finally able to have affection for another one but am afraid of losing him also. He is a strictly indoor car and we feed him Purina Cat Chow Indoor Formula. Any suggestions for my Rufus?
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5/26/06 at 3:24pm