Person seems to think this activity is important so I help with it whenever possible.
I test her to see how long she will continue to do it around me. Some days more than others.
Even though the lap is my favorite spot, I hold out until the last possible moment before stepping down to make myself comfortable.
At least this thing she does keeps her in one place. She's hardly wiggling at all. Not even for Dog or Other Person. They've both come in and out several times, but she's stayed here with me.
That's all I need. Lap Time is important.
Person has spent a lot of time here at the computer with me, reading stuff that sometimes has pictures of other cats on it. I've gotten a lot of extra-cuddly lap time while this was going on...reading is a nice, non-wiggly activity.
She started giving me some icky medicine every night. She had a long talk with me about how I was going to get this new food that I might hate but how she really needed me to eat it. Blah blah blah. As usual she didn't know what she was talking about. This new stuff is the most delicious thing I've had in months.
And don't tell Person, but the medicine isn't all that bad either...but we must never let them think that forcing stuff down our throats is acceptable behavior. I mean, come on.
Have you seen this?
I was busy with something else when I saw this pop up on the screen. I ran up to get a good front-seat spot...this was the best show I've seen in a long time.
I watched it 5 times before I could stand to look away. It made me so happy I immediately ate the little bowl of food Person has been following me around with for the past hour. Well, it made me forgot that I was trying to be hard-to-get with the food bowl...but I still think Dog needs to watch this and learn some cuddle-techniques. And see that some "dogs" like to have their mouths and necks licked by little cat tongues and they don't just turn their heads away like she does.