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Dwayne 07-01-2010 10:25 PM

My cat woke me up from my afternoon nap by sitting on my chest and smacking me in the face. Okay, I get it you want something I think. Sure enough his crunchy (dry food) bowl was getting low. So I fill it with a freshly opened bag of a brand I bought on sale. He sniffs it and then bites me on the ankle! Apparently if he doesn't get Whiskas or Meow Mix he isn't a happy camper. What a spoiled cat he is. I'll take the bag of food up to the animal shelter, I'm sure those cats will appreciate it.

Sampson Theodore Roosevelt Dalton Gangaroo.

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Jim C. 07-02-2010 09:20 AM

Force him to eat the new food. Otherwise you are just being an enabler!

Dwayne 07-02-2010 12:22 PM

I guess I am being an enabler. I'd rather restore peace in the kingdom though than get bit on the ankle. He got mad at me once for something and peed on my bed! I think he forgets that I rescued him as a kitten from a bad pet store that got closed down a few days later! See this is the reason I would be a bad parent. I give in to things to make them happy.

penny3333 07-02-2010 12:53 PM

What a beautiful cat! I'd have to give into him, too. My last cat would only eat chunk light tuna in spring water. I couldn't buy it in oil and rinse it, he wouldn't eat it. I got tired of throwing money away trying to get him to eat cat food, so I just bought the tuna. He'd eat Meow Mix dry food for a snack, but he wanted his tuna. He'd punish me too, if I didn't do what he wanted.

Dwayne 07-02-2010 01:43 PM

Oh Lawdy, I don't even bring tuna home anymore or he will flip out if he smells it. I gave up on making tuna melt subs at home. I got one last week for lunch and he was sniffing me when I got home. He is a good cat though in every other way than being spoiled. He is always on lizard patrol. I can do without him bringing me whats left of them as a gift though.

Jim C. 07-02-2010 01:55 PM

Well if he would bring you enough of them you could make boots or maybe a wallet .... http://cruise-chat.com/groupee_commo...on_biggrin.gif

Dwayne 07-02-2010 02:05 PM

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Well I am in need of a pair of boots. Not much need for a wallet the last few years. http://cruise-chat.com/groupee_commo...on_biggrin.gif

susanmaz 07-02-2010 02:12 PM

At one time I also had a picky eater. Then he developed kidney problems and he had to go on prescription diet cat food. He didn't eat for 4 days. When he finally realized that this was all there was, he started eating...for another 13 years. Our cats certainly know how to keep us in line.

gdjoslin 07-16-2010 05:46 PM

Good looking cat!
Cat have their ways.
Bubba here loves to come lay on me. That part I can deal with, but he starts flexing those claws on my stomach!!
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FINLANDER 07-16-2010 09:57 PM

My cat, Max, gives me the cold shoulder whenever I come back from a trip...he will walk around me, not touching, sit back a few feet and STARE...if looks could kill!!! He does this for a day or so and then gives it up and becomes the usual loving Max-cat.
His favourite place to nap, if he can get into it, is an open suitcase...empty or not. I have learned quickly to remember to shut the lid if I am half-packed as he sheds like there is no tomorrow.
Oh, but how we love being kept by our felines...


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