Re: A catslave moves to Canada
- From: "Monique Y. Mudama" <spam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2006 08:46:32 -0600
On 2006-08-27, MaryL penned:
Also, tell Eeva to watch for "warnings" from Salli that she is being
overstimulated, which often occurs when a cat is being petted. She
will need to learn to recognize the signs in her own cat, but common
warnings muscle tension (which an observant catslave will learn to
recognize), tail swishing, ear flicking, etc. If she can see the
eyes, she may even notice dilated pupils or "staring."
Oscar gets overstimulated like this -- her body gets tense and her
tail swishes. Pretty much every time I ever pet her, I have to watch
for it. Sometimes just being near her pisses her off.
But we mostly get along. She will bite or scratch, but not hard
enough for me to consider it dangerous, just annoying. A little prick
of the skin or a light grazing scratch. Don't think she's ever broken
through to blood with a bite.
Good for Eeva for adopting this kitty and having the determination
to work with Salli. This kitty has already suffered enough by being
locked in a small cage for several months.
monique, who spoils Oscar unmercifully
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