October 1st 2010 6:08 pm
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Well I have been shedding a lot lately and mom is finding it all over the place. I have successfully managed to destroy the Vacuum with all my fuzz. Mom got a new one last week even though we hate the sound.
Otherwise things are good. Mom has been keeping her eye on my sore. She washed my neck fur today too. Mom still thinks Toby is to blame for my sore. He can be such a bully sometimes. I mean we love him to death and he can be super sweet too but when he wants to play he gets very pushy. Poor Melody screams when he pins her down and mom has to go out and pick her up before Toby leaves her alone. They usually get along very well though.
Does anycat have a member in their family like this? What do you do?
Lots of love,
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Thanks HL! Mom is going to look at the link right now.We definitly need some calming around here.
Nuk has some ideas about play like your Toby. (Where previously Nuk and I are happily chasing one another back and forth through the house. There comes the point though where enough is enough and I don't have his long legs to gallop endlessly with. I start giving body language signals that I want to rest and Nuk still wants to prolong the play)
At that point human intervention usually ends up tiring him out. Out comes the cat dancer or the catnip head bear or rainbow for him to take his excess energy out on.
Sweets does not want to play with anycat. Her lightning quick smacky paw is really good at communicating that fact. Her shrill scream if either Nuk or I get closer than she is comfortable with is a great communicator. (Can she be a cranky old lady at only 6 or 7?)
yes we have 2 that do that Paddy and Spot. They will play and get carried away and start fight fighting.
I like to chase after my brofur and pin him down, but not often and he will cry for help, and mommy goes to rescue him. I tell mommy I just playing!