Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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beans hafe kawt me lately grabbing madison by tha scruff of her neck (btw...shes huge next to me) while standing behind her. i dont appear to be doing anything and we're all fixed here. blade has done this to chyna and me(tried to, I fawt him off) and snowy to ivory but beans dont know what we're up too and the ofur boys here dont do this. this is new behavior for me. do yoo know whut we're doin???? help my beans. theyre just nosy....hunter

4 comments:

Cheysuli and gemini said...

We don't really know but know that Ichiro periodically does that with Cheysuli as well. She hates it.

Debra Taylor said...

Hey! The beans don't have to know everything you are doing! I know you don't really mean any harm with new behaviors. Have a good week!


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Mark's Mews said...

Skeeter did that to LC for many years. Not very often, but sometimes. TBT assumes it it is some residual behavioral mating instinct. A beginning for which there is no follow-through instinct.

Like retreiver woofies who have the instinct to grab prey but not eat it, or pointer woofies who have the instinct ta stalk but not even grab prey.

In Skeeter's case, he knew he was sposed ta do SOMETHING with a girlcat sometimes, but then he didnt know quite WHAT that was. And LC thought sometimes she was sposed ta be doing something too but dint know what.

Basically, they both had "step #1" intact, but "step #2 baffled them both.

It was vaguely disturbing, but harmless, and they both spent 99.999% of their time together innocently and happily.

An Skeeter never tried that stuff with me...

Ayla ( I was there at the time)

THE ZOO said...

thanks eferybody. all cats involved seem ok about it and the gurls put a stop to it when theyve had enuff. they eat the boys up smacking them.