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Bosie, I'd really rather you didn't do that, dear.

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Rick says:

Ohh noo, getting a little excited, eh?

5th May 2010, 02:30

hildegard says:

You have no idea.
He goes from a standing start to yowling, grinding, clamped-on, bitey sexfiend in the blink of an eye & he does it all the time. One more reason to be glad I'm not on the vicar's visiting list...

If this should ever happen to you - remove the cat gently. On no account attempt to shake the cat from your arm. That makes things much worse.

5th May 2010, 03:36

Twiglet says:

Oh dear! Let us hope Oscar learns none of these deviant ways. And let us hope the vicar never includes you on his visiting list. Although I like the idea of the vicar with a wild cat attached to him... : )

5th May 2010, 08:32

Jane Doe says:

Ouches!

5th May 2010, 09:40

paintist says:

lets hope Oscar isn't a copy cat, you could find yourself very inconvenienced....:)

5th May 2010, 13:36

hildegard says:

If Oscar starts copying this I could get injured, never mind inconvenienced. Bosie's a small cat who I can lift with one hand. Oscar's sourcing of extra rations from neighbours is going so well that I soon won't be able to pick him up at all, simply because lifting will place undue stress on his internal organs.

JD - this isn't how I would have wished to acquire the knowledge, but it seems that cat lurving is not as vicious as it looks. If he feels threatened in daily life he has few qualms about attacking me all guns blazing, but when he's getting jiggy with my jumper, his claws stay in & his bite is only a matter of holding on; there's no force. (Unless I try to move away, then there's force a-plenty in those wee jaws.)

Oscar is very much looking forward to Bosie finishing his course of vet treatment & going for re-homing...

5th May 2010, 18:37

Dhamaka says:

poor Oscar

5th May 2010, 19:10

Javama says:

Leather gauntlets?

13th May 2010, 11:26

Rick says:

Ahh, he's a kitten, still. He has no littermates to play with, so you are his substitute. Kittens do play rough!

13th May 2010, 16:05

hildegard says:

Javama - suspect all that gauntlets would achieve would be to introduce the first dom' cat to the UK leather scene.
It's not odd scratch or bite I mind - that's in the normal way of young cats.
It's the being sexed-up by a different species that I'm finding so very discombobulating & unwelcome. We persevere with the behavioural modification but it won't settle until he & Oscar have found their equilibrium. This is I suppose, progress from the random & extreme violence he used to display. He even shocked the vet with the speed of his mood swings & the extremity of his aggression. Embarrassing little herbert that he is.

13th May 2010, 17:39