Annals of Athena

September 3rd 2010 4:29 pm
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My mom isn't a very capable human--she needs a lot of supervision because she's very clumsy, always tripping over things or dropping them. And I am very happy to provide supervision--when she goes upstairs, I go upstairs; when she goes downstairs, I go downstairs. And she is absolutely not allowed to be in my basement playroom for more than five minutes unless I am there too! I have to watch her every move. I never know when she's going to spill something, or let something fall, or end up on the floor herself. When something like this happens, I show my displeasure by thumping my tail (or running away, if a really loud noise is involved!). But she never learns. I wonder if there's a set of exercises I could do to teach her to be more graceful? Clearly, watching me is just not enough.

 
 

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Purred by: ishtar *proud wobnapt* (Catster Member)

September 4th 2010 at 9:02 am

i know what you mean, athena. worst is: mine uses to accuse ME when she's clumsy!!! "if you hadn't run around my feet...blah, blah." i guess we have no choice but staying close and don't give up hope that they won't bring themselves into real trouble...
Purred by: Skippy

September 4th 2010 at 9:27 pm

Yea, the same thing happens with me, I follow mommy room to room to help her and she steps on my paw! At least she is polite and says she sorry! Humans need smaller feet!


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