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Old February 4th 14, 07:22 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Mark Edwards
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Default Something changed for Little Feet

I don't know what changed, but it makes me happy.

For a long time, Little Feet would literally run away if he put one paw
into the bedroom. If he was put on the bed, he ran away even faster.
Never mind, sitting on my lap in the bedroom. He always loved to be
cuddled, but the bedroom was his not-happy place.

In the past month, he has started coming into the bedroom, sleeping with
us at night on the bed, and jumping up into my lap with the rumbliest purrs.

I was so sad that he kept running off (this went on for over a year),
and I couldn't figure out how to fix it. Now, I am beyond happy that he
has chosen to socialise with me again.


Hugs and Purrs,
Mark
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Old February 5th 14, 12:34 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Christina Websell
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Default Something changed for Little Feet


"Mark Edwards" wrote in message
m...
I don't know what changed, but it makes me happy.

For a long time, Little Feet would literally run away if he put one paw
into the bedroom. If he was put on the bed, he ran away even faster. Never
mind, sitting on my lap in the bedroom. He always loved to be cuddled, but
the bedroom was his not-happy place.

In the past month, he has started coming into the bedroom, sleeping with
us at night on the bed, and jumping up into my lap with the rumbliest
purrs.

I was so sad that he kept running off (this went on for over a year), and
I couldn't figure out how to fix it. Now, I am beyond happy that he has
chosen to socialise with me again.


That's great. Took me a whole lot of months/year to get Boyfie in.
Congratulations.

Tweed


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Old February 5th 14, 02:29 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Bastette
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Default Something changed for Little Feet

Mark Edwards wrote:

I don't know what changed, but it makes me happy.


For a long time, Little Feet would literally run away if he put one paw
into the bedroom. If he was put on the bed, he ran away even faster.
Never mind, sitting on my lap in the bedroom. He always loved to be
cuddled, but the bedroom was his not-happy place.


In the past month, he has started coming into the bedroom, sleeping with
us at night on the bed, and jumping up into my lap with the rumbliest purrs.


I was so sad that he kept running off (this went on for over a year),
and I couldn't figure out how to fix it. Now, I am beyond happy that he
has chosen to socialise with me again.


Did he used to come into the bedroom? I know you've had him *much* longer
than a year! It's more like 14 or 15 years, isn't it? Did something happen
to scare him away from the bedroom?

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Old August 10th 14, 04:45 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Mark Edwards
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Default Something changed for Little Feet

No cluons were harmed when Judith Latham
wrote:
That's lovely. He's obviously decided the bedroom is a nice place

after
all.



Wasn't he socialising with you even outside the bedroom or have I

got the
wrong end of the stick?


Yes, anywhere but the bedroom. But he has once again decided the
bedroom is lava


Hugs and Purrs.
Mark

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