Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Last night, Spencer and I had a ceasefire. She was screaming and shrieking, and I didn't know what she wanted. So finally I decided to let her be, and ignored her. She seemed to calm down eventually, and slept under my bed.

I think she is not an affectionate cat, and we need to give each other some space. Posted by Picasa

6 Comments:

At 5:00 pm, Blogger Vegie said...

I think Spencer is trying to test your patience. Aunty Cat 1 , Spencer 0.

 
At 5:30 pm, Blogger cat_aunty said...

Sister J thinks it was because she didn't come for dinner last Sunday, and called me to make sure I inform Spencer, just in case she wrecks her little brain trying to calculate the days on her paws.

 
At 10:24 pm, Blogger san said...

ahh..like Bujang probably. He is not an overtly affectionate cat but would show affection at a distance, like now, he is cleaning himself in the computer room beside me. He makes his own choices about showing affection. I usually just kiss him when I am near him - very quick or else you see a flash of claws. Spencer loves you cat_aunty of course. How does she show it apart from screaming?

 
At 9:29 am, Blogger cat_aunty said...

Dear San, maybe you are right. We brought Spencer up like a child and she never thinks of herself as a cat, hence her vocalization and lack of affectionate nature. She would sleep with me if I am in her good book.

 
At 12:46 pm, Blogger Harimau said...

Ha ha, Spencer is just like a kid. Similar to when JD plys up, carrying on like end of the world. Funny thing is he normally quietens up when I ignore him and walk away.

 
At 8:45 pm, Blogger cat_aunty said...

They say cats have the IQ of a 3 year old....

 

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