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Old 03-19-2009, 11:20 PM   #121
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^ Aww. That's happened with Cuddles before. I've gone to pet her and got a shock.

We sometimes wonder about Romeo. He acts like a dog sometimes, and sometimes even acts like a small child. The other night I picked up Cuddles and Romeo was so jealous. He sat straight up with his front paws (beg position) and insisted on being picked up, lol. He's such a silly cat. It was cute. I swear both Romeo and Cuddles are spoiled. Romeo has taught Cuddles how to sit up and beg.
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^ Jenny, Romeo and Cuddles sound like Lily and Caesar, a little tag team. They go on little adventures together, and look guilty when I walk in the room. I know they're up to something, lol.
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Romeo is the only cat I've ever known who sits on command. It's weird that he's a cat, yet when you tell him to sit, he does.
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Romeo is the only cat I've ever known who sits on comand. It's weird that he's a cat, yet when you tell him to sit, he does.
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^ Jenny, this is a coincidence. I always say that my cats, especially Lily, act like dogs. When I call them, they trot over like dogs. They hop up on the sofa and are very vocal. Lily has always wagged her tail like a dog. Now she's really wagging it, back and forth, especially when she's happy. I just love these furbabies.

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One of my cats, Princess, weebles and wobbles but unlike the toy, She falls down. It can be cute to watch sometimes but not funny. She has Cerebellar Ataxia The area of the brain that controls balance is affected. The kitten is seen stepping high, like a parade horse. When the kitten jumps, he overcompensates. He jumps higher than he should. When he goes to jump off an object, he will simply lie down and roll off the couch, or table. His brain cannot compute the proper message to send to his body about how to move normally.

I noticed this a couple of weeks after she was spayed and had her first rabies shot. She was 6 months old at the time and weighed exactly 2 pounds which was the minimum weight limit for spaying. I was reluctant to have it done because of her size but I was assured that it would be ok and now this happens. The clinic where she got the shot is trying to tell me that the vaccine had nothing to do with her problem but I'm not entirely convinced

The vet suggested that I put her to sleep. I asked if she was in any pain and was told no that this only affects movement and that she could live a good life if I wanted to make special arrangements for which I have. She will be more prone to other illnesses that affect cats. She can run but she moves from side-to-side and she shakes a little now and then but she's gaining weight and has a healthy appetite which is good.
My intent is to just do the best I can and take her for check-ups which the vet suggested every 3 months and I just pray that her next one will be ok.
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^ Jenny, this is a coincidence. I always say that my cats, especially Lily, act like dogs. When I call them, they trot over like dogs. They hop up on the sofa and are very vocal. Lily has always wagged her tail like a dog. Now she's really wagging it, back and forth, especially when she's happy. I just love these furbabies.


That is cute. I have seen Romeo and Cuddles wag their tails. They're silly.

Romeo's new thing is getting on top of the refridgerator. He is such a goof ball.
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My cat LOVES to play with twist ties from loaves of bread. She gets so much enjoyment out of that, I've never seen anything like it LOL

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My cat (God rest his soul) used to crazy over olives - he'd jump up for them. Go figure And of course jump right in the middle of the newspaper as I was reading it - as if to say - how dare I'm not the center of attention - but he did it in a sweet way - and that is such a cat thing.
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I'll get home from work, take my shoes off, and Duke, my cat, will come over to me, rub my feet, and bite them. Even after I feed him, he will still cuddle up to my computer when I'm online, determined for me to give him attention, which I always manage to do. Pets, what would we do without them?
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My cat LOVES to play with twist ties from loves of bread. She gets so much enjoyment out of that, I've never seen anything like it LOL

My cats love twist ties and straws.
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My cat, Rowdy ( ) went nuts over a ball of tin foil and a milk cap. He also went crazy over my shoes after I'd been walking in the grass.
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