Thank you. You're right, we did think it was fun and cute, watching him "play" back with us. I feel bad for doing it now. But, as you said, it was so cute. This cat was just so playful. My son and I have grown so attached to him, it is hard to accept it when he gets mad at us and bites us, etc.
For the person above, I didn't have much time last night to answer you well. I really don't want to have the cat declawed. But, we just closed on a new home, and moved in. My husband spent a lot of money on new furniture for our living room. He said the only way we can keep the cat is to have him declawed. I checked with the vet and they said they would only remove the front two paws. Not the back ones. I hate to do this, but, we love our kitty, and it's the only way we can keep him! You may suggest giving him away, but, who's to say the person who took him wouldn't put him outside, etc. We love our cat very much. He is very well taken care of. He has a good home. I just want to do the right thing, and in our circumstance, this is the right thing. I am sorry if I have offended anyone by chosing to do this. He is a young cat, and never been outside, so the vet said he should be able to adjust to losing the paws.
Thanks again for you guys helping me out with great advice!