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Alternative Health Care

March 31st 2011 11:05 pm
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So it was like this...

My new mum is having pain in her knee. Doctor Thomus to the rescue! I settled in on her lap to assess the situation and decided that my own combination of massage and accupuncture would be the best treatment. I got straight to work but was rudely interrupted when she thought she was being so smart by telling me, 'That's not the right knee.'

Silly, silly human! Of course I know her left knee isn't right! Feline friends, I ask you - is there hope for this one??


The Lap of Luxury

March 31st 2011 2:35 am
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My new mum didn't know if I was inclined to be a 'lap cat'. Although I am very happy here, I am still working on trust issues and get a bit nervous being picked up and wasn't so sure about sharing her human chair with her. So I took it one step at a time - first I hopped up next to her - just so say hi and get a quick stroke on the head. Then the next time I settled in next to her leg. She said I was a 'paralap cat'. But this morning, I took that huge leap of trust and snuggled up on her lap. She made one of those big smile faces humans make when they are pleased. I find that face very amusing so I may sit on her lap again later for my own entertainment. Humans are so easily trained and controlled. Every cat should have at least one.


Just playin'...

March 30th 2011 7:42 am
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Okay, so I've been having fun getting my new Mum to sing with me (and giggling at her attempts when she's out of earshot) and I needed to find a way to have a little fun with Dad. Here's what I do. I sit in front of him, looking up with a wistful look on my face. (It's one that nearly all cats know humans cannot resist.) When he reaches down to give me a little scratch behind the ears, I move away - just a little. So he moves closer to the edge of his chair and reaches down to stroke my back. I move away a little more. I'm sure you can see the pattern here. I'm having fun seeing just how far he'll reach. It's fun testing new humans.


Appetite lost and found.

March 30th 2011 3:36 am
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My new mum and dad thought I lost my appetite with all of the excitement of a new home. But really I didn't. I knew exactly where it was the whole time, I was just too busy to pay it any mind! But now I've eaten a whole bowl of food and Mum said that I got my appetite back. It was never gone! I do have my priorities.

Do humans often lose their appetites? Do they forget where they left them?


My new home so far

March 29th 2011 2:45 pm
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Wow - I have my own social network page! And my own diary! Lucky I know how to type, eh? ;)

I'm very happy with the way things worked out for me. After a long day of travel, I got to explore my new home. The new humans are quite interesting. I've been teaching my new Mum some kitty songs. She told me she speaks fluent feline, and she does quite well, but she does have the most peculiar accent! But she is learning quickly - I sing and she repeats. A very good student indeed.

Now that I know she has potential and is trainable, I shall have to work out the next lesson plan after she learns all of my songs. The possibilities are endless. I do so appreciate obedient humans.

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