Over the last months in a foster home I have gotten very social and will follow my foster mom around and rub on her ankles. I am a squirmy, love bug and will even lay on your lap for love.
Since I now trust my foster mom, she's allowed to roll me and give me a rib and tummy rub. But read my body language because I will abruptly tell you when I've had enough. She can touch my feet and hold for a few minutes. I do still get grumpy during nail trims, but a lot of cats do.
I am known to be mouthy when I get my cage cleaned and fed because I want to be let out. I will also ask, sometimes loudly, to be let out. Whenever I can be supervised, I get the run of the house. I do have a slight ornery streak when I don't get my way. Can you say 'normal cat behavior'?
Are you looking for a playful, stocky love-bug? That's me!
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