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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-17-2009, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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Love Sick

My 3 yr. old fixed male cat “Blue” has always been a sweetheart receiving many pets and hugs from the neighbors as he visits each home in the cul-de-sac. I work all day and he gets lonely as there are not many cats in the neighborhood and I live alone. He is a people person, very obedient and smart and playful. He also likes to eat, weighing in at 15 pounds.

I brought home a 12 wk old kitten for him, Pebbles. He never takes his eyes off her and appears to be in love. He doesn’t have much to do with me anymore, eats very little, and his eyes are always big pupils following her around. He licks her clean as though he were her mom and they play together a lot. However, he has his nose up her butt every single chance he gets. What is that about? And is it normal for his behavior to have changed from a happy-go-lucky kitty to a worrisome parent?
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-17-2009, 02:40 PM
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Re: Love Sick

Kobi was very much the same way when I brought Holly home. He chilled after a while, but they still are very bonded, even though he can be a jerk at times.

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Re: Love Sick

It was (is) the exact same way with Chica and Nito. He has his nose up her butt a lot (and humped her once even) until she got spayed. And he can be a jerk to her sometimes too.
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