July 30th 2012 10:35 pm
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I often like to be next to my mum. She sits on the sofa and I sit on the arm of the sofa and sometimes she says "Kiss?" and I go nose to nose and give her an eskimo kiss and then we have purrs and strokes - but only in the morning, of course. If I gave her love in the evening that wouldn't be right.
She asked for a kiss yesterday evening and I just looked at her. "Why do I only get love in the morning?" she wanted to know.
"So when you leave us for the day your heart is all full and happy. when you are home with us you're happy anyway."
"Oh. What if I had a bad day and need love in the evening?"
"Just the sight of your adorable cats should be sufficient."
That might sound harsh but I don't often like to be picked up and cuddled and I didn't want to encourage that.
She seemed Ok with the whole happy heart thing but that isn't the real reason. I actually give her lots of headrubs befoe she goes out to make sure that if she meets any cats on her way they will smell me on her and know that she has a person already. You can't be too careful when you have a well-trained human. You don't want other cats moving in on them and taking the benefit of your hard work.
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I give my mum eskimo kisses too. I only do when I feel like but your right it has to be on our terms. I more of cuddler than a kisser.
I give my mom baths and cover her with fur.