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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-16-2015, 02:02 PM Thread Starter
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Do Not Disturb

Right now I have one lump sleeping at my elbow and another log sleeping by my feet. I'm getting that pins and needles feeling in my leg and I have to pee. But I don't want to get up and disturb them. They're not spoiled at all, oh no.





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The formation of lumps and logs resulting in pins and needles as well as the loss of bathrom use is a hazard of cat companionship. Perfectly normal. I don't recommend a ER visit right away.

Other symptoms include tripping, resulting in a very unflattering shuffle. The Obsession with looking under blankets before laying down and talking in a strange high pitched voice once in a while.

Just consult a nearby forum for others with these same symptoms. There is a pretty close network of support for you.

BTW gorgeous furballs you have there.
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Just be thankful you don't have a third cat stepping all over your full bladder. Cats either have x-rays or ultrasound in their eyes.
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That was me this morning and finally I had to get up. Blanco will stay on the bed, but mama is very indignant that I ruined it for her.
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The formation of lumps and logs resulting in pins and needles as well as the loss of bathrom use is a hazard of cat companionship. Perfectly normal. I don't recommend a ER visit right away.
I do have all of these symptoms! It's a good thing they're not life-threatening. Glad to know I'm not the only one who deals with this on a daily basis. Haha!

UPDATE: They have awakened!





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I do have all of these symptoms! It's a good thing they're not life-threatening.
Nope not Life threatening, but it is chronic. Good thing it is manageable.
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What beautiful ginger kitties! I get that same problem when my son and Agnes fall asleep on my lap!
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They're so squeezably adorable!

LOL BotanyBlack!

You know the condition is becoming really bad when you force the condition on other people: "Shhh! Celia doesn't like noise while she's eating." "What do you mean you want to sit down? You can't see that she's sleeping? No, I'm not going to wake her up. Sit on the floor."
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Totally right, spirite. I've lost my favorite chair to Lily. If she is sleeping on it I don't even think about moving her. I just find a slightly less comfortable chair to sit on to watch tv.


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