Kitties! I was a pain in the patootie last night..er, I should amend that to this morning..o'dark early. Oh, I didn't say too much and certainly not loudly BUT once again, as mom had gotten ready to turn out the light last night I decided to do the same thing as the night before that got her out of bed to gather me up and so I got on the oak chest and rattled among the books/tote bags and vase w/ artificial flowers but no..she sternly said no and for then, I obeyed. However, she heard me in the night (the oak library card case is within 3 feet of the bed) she heard other attempts throughout the night and also other surfaces in the bedroom.
It's not 8 am yet and mom needs to get into the other room so we can play for awhile. I am full of energy!
I'm turning this over to mom. She has a question.
Do any of you kitties know why Katie spends so very much of her time "winding" around table and chair legs? And mine too when I first get up or before feeding time? Also, where she used to greet me at the door now for the past week she is a few feet away from where I come into the house, winding through the chair legs and table legs to the exclusion of greeting. Yes, she will greet when I go over to her.
She's not itchy..she's brushed twice daily, and goodness knows she gets LOTS of loving attention. But it doesn't seem that she should spend that much time rubbing against furniture when she didn't really do that before. Any thoughts? Thanks for letting me ask Katie. Back to you.