Over the last month in a foster home I have gotten very social and will follow my foster mom around and rub on her ankles. I am becoming a squirmy, love bug and will even lay on your lap for love. I surprised her when walking across the back of the couch and started rubbing on her head.
I like to roll over, but remember that's not invite to rub my tummy. Since I now trust my foster mom, she's allowed to pet my ribs when I roll over. She can touch my feet. I still hate to have my nails trimmed.
I would do best with an experienced cat owner since I am still learning my manners. I do have an ornery streak that is slowly going away. When I get irritated, like after getting my eyes cleaned, and I'm placed on the floor facing away, I will spin around to take a swipe at you. Foster mom is teaching me that's not allowed by an immediate gentle 'no' with hand in stop position. It may not sound like it, but I'm okay being picked up and transported.
I love the little kittens in the house. The adults are another story. Most of the time I'm fine with them in the same room. Occasionally I will stalk, fixate and then pounce on one and cause a fight.
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