that's why I'm glad my cats are young, and I've gotten them used to being touched and handled all over. I'm sure vets will appreciate this. 8)Gudewife said:Some others just have places thay don't want people touching (bellies, paws, and tails are common), and will react if touched in a "no-fly zone."
"I'm done with the petting. Quit touching me. However I will still lower myself to use you as a heating pad, so that's why I'm still on your lap." :wink:PC said:I've noticed that with my cat that sometimes when shes sitting on me, purring, and when im petting her that she will lightly bite my hand.
what would the reason behind this be?