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I CU! - Morgan Dawn Livejournal:The Here And Now
The Here And Now
 Face to face cat introductions went well. Yesterday there was a lot of hissing (by Sagwa) and jumping on the other cat's head (by Shiro) followed by more hissing (by Sagwa). Today, Shiro started eating out of Sagwa's bowl (as she was eating) and she looked puzzled. We rotated his little body around so he could see his still very much full bowl and order was restored.

This time as he tried to chase her she hissed and then ran away. He seems to be starting to grasp slightly that if he chases her, not much else happens except more hissing.  But if he waits just out of her reach...she may approach him. We will need many repetitions before this concept sinks in.

We then played with Shiro with a bird pole toy and Sagwa watched fascinated at his energetic leaps and alarming thumps and crashes eachtime he *just* missed the bird.

There was also some gentle nose bumping and touching. And treats. And he fell asleep next to me (as I crashed on the bed) for FIVE WHOLE MINUTES. Then he tried to chew off my clothes. Then he gnawed on the tassles on the tapestry above the bed  (which has been removed). I am still wearing my clothes (for the present). 

He is now sadly resting alone in his fortress of solitude. But don't worry Little Super-Cat - Lex "Sagwa" Luther is on her way to "rescue" you.

PS. I forgot - my mother stopped by today and we introduced her to Shiro. He was not certain at first (she smelled very different), but we had her sit in the Chair Of Great Cuddles and he started purring in  her lap. For five whole minutes. The he saw a SHINY button on her sweater and.....well you can guess the rest.

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catalenamara From: catalenamara Date: December 15th, 2014 12:54 am (UTC) (Link)
LOL! Cats, indeed! Some are cousins to magpies...!
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