The musings of Spitty the Kitty
I have to say, I had a couple of can-I-go-now moments when I was visiting with the children at the hospital on Thursday! Especially with the one who kept trying to grab my muzzle (my human and his mom made him stop). But I hung in there anyhow. Since YOU'RE not a therapy cat and your human is not institutionalized, I think that gives you permission to leave when you want.
Oh poor Spitty, the traumas you suffer. All the Human wants after a long day at the chalk face is a snuggle with Mr Softie. You're harsh, Dude, harsh.
I think ya like it.
Know whatcha mean Spitster! I have to endure cuddles when I would rather be about my business too. Unless it's YOO who comes over for some with me.
Yeah, it does get boring but we do have to humour the humans.
She's all over ya like a rash or she's abandoning you for hours on end - your Human is erratic Spitty. I'm truly starting to think that she's beyond help and that you may need to consider choosing another one.MeganSydney, Australia
What, no blood spilt this time, Spitty? Are you losing your edge?
Gosh Spitty, Mom L would think she won the lottery if I even let her cuddle me like that for just a few seconds!
Ya duz look kinda over da whole cuddlin' thang...bol, bol!
Too much mancat-handling for you, Spitty??
Why do you suffer this much Spitty?Emma and Buster
You are getting sweeter by the day.
Really, Spitty? If we get between Mom and the computer, we will stay as long as she does. It truly is impawtant to make the human's computer use as difficult as possible! heck, it's not just impawtant! It's a responsibility! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.