Discussion in 'The Den' started by arnisador, Jul 13, 2009.
Cats Know How to Control Humans, Study Finds
Ha! I was going to post something up about kitty psyops based on my own little tiger.
Actually mine generally doesn't make any noise when he wants to be fed. Instead, he'll lick my face. If I'm asleep, he'll lick my cheek. If I'm moving about the house, he'll jump in to my arms (and then lick my cheek). Purring all the time of course.
Our orange cat has a purr that is very loud, but our black cat makes the noises tehy describe--and it is attention-getting!
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