Originally Posted by teeneythebetta
Awwwwwww. I know my black cat is the sweetest little turdy. He crys when I go away for more than a day. :') unfortunately my parents forced me to have my poor baby declawed.. I personally dont believe in it especially once I realized they aren't removing only claws... It's much more than that http://www.declawing.com/htmls/declawing.htm
HAHHA okay sorry to get off topic... A lot. Lolz :)
Yeah.... Simon is the same! He's a real love-bug when it comes to me, and if I sleep over at a friend's house, he goes absolutely nuts, smothering my dad with love. When I come home he's literally glued to my lap! Cute snuggly bear xD Today he wasn't so lovey though....he was lying on the floor and stretched out so I could rub his chest, but once I started playing "How gentle of a touch does it take to make the tail go nuts" he tried to bite me. Once a cat bites you a number of times you gain a certain respect for it
I'm happy Simon's declawed, because when he gets REALLY angry, to the point where he won't meow (he only meows when he's unhappy. Any other time he is absolutely silent except for purring), like once my dad was holding him and squeezed him really hard ("He just looked so cute, I had to squish him") xD Aaaand Simon just reached out a SMACKED my dad in the face with his paw!! That was so funny...
Also once my sister reached down to pet him, and he lunged up and smacked her face then ran away. I disagree with declawing though.... it's really mean and it's basically cutting the poor kitty's fingers off..... Poor Simon cat, he can never learn to play the guitar (not that I want him to....).
Simon's so scary though.....he ALWAYS slinks in the shadows. No matter where he is, he will walk along furniture or a wall. If I'm in the middle of the room and I call him, he will just walk along the wall, follow the outline of the furniture, creep up to the furniture closest to me, then nudge my back. He has scared me so many times like that. It's been a year since we got him and I still feel like he's a stranger!