By unloved cat owner - 16/02/2014 00:50 - United States - Carmichael
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To be honest, not all cats are aggressive. A lot of times it depends on the breed and even the upbringing. Some cats can live their whole lives as sweet as ever and others turn on you no matter what you try to do to make them happy (or because you overstimulated them). But I love them all the same, speaking as someone who is owned by five of them.
27, I just moved out in September, and got a kitten, ended up giving it away about 4 days later. She loved to cuddle and all that but I had work and the girlfriend school so we gave her to someone with a more free schedule. Would having a schedule being 10am-6pm matter to own a cat?
@27 Sounds like the difference between our two cats. Our female tabby-calico, Ghana doesn't like to be held and seems to get mad at just about any form of affection; she does this weird growl/meow when she gets angry. Our male black Bombay-mix, Butler is affectionate and attention-needy but also very playful and mischievous; he doesn't really meow either, it's more like an adorable cry.
#73 My oldest cat at 17 is a confusing mix of your two. She loves to be petted and held, but within minutes bites and scratches you. Then she gets mad we have to put her down, wanting more petting which made her mad in the first place. Another loves affection and his brother runs from it. Cats are a silly bunch.
It must've been a little confusing to a kitten, but she's in a lot better place then she first was, I got rid of most of the fleas and let the new owner know what to do and get. I'm gunna wait until summer when the girlfriend is always home to get another one :p by the end of the summer that car should be okay, right?
Kinda like me when I was little and I made cushion forts. And I clawed my parents when they intruded... Wait, you did that too right?