Thursday, 24 February 2011

Bad Kitty

I've been a bad kitty and am in the dog house - or should that be the cat house?

I was sitting on the sofa next to Mum last night like we usually do, and I'd been asleep (nothing new there).  Then I woke up, got up and down off the sofa a couple of times, and then decided I wanted to sit on Mum's lap.  She obviously wasn't too keen for some reason, I suppose 8 kg of fat ginger cat can get a bit heavy after a while, so she wouldn't let me sit on her.  I was getting a bit frustrated by now, not getting my own way, so as she pushed me back with her arm, I bit her!

As soon as I'd done it, I knew I was in trouble.  In fact, this dawned on me the instant i'd done it, but what to do?  There I am with my teeth firmly embedded in Mum's arm - good job she was wearing a thick jumper. She didn't say or do anything, but just looked at me with that kind of look that makes a kitty know he's in trouble.  So I let go, at which point I was shooshed off the sofa.

So now I don't know what to do.  I tried rolling on my back and looking cute.  I tried playing with my toys.  I tried scampering about.  I tried to sit on Mum's lap again, but she wasn't having any of it.   She's not talking to me now and this morning even shut the bathroom door so I couldn't escort her to the toilet like I always do in the mornings.  Now I know things are bad!


Will just have to sit on the bed for a while and hope she come's round soon.

I'm a big fat bad ginger cat.


  1. Awww, Puss! This is a shame, but sometimes da humans miss our tiny body language signals that tell them not to touch us and in the excitement of trying to get our own way, sometimes the bitey happens. It's no one's fault. It just happens. We hope your Mum's arm is ok and you can snuggle together again soon.

    Whicky Wuudler

  2. oh Puss! We are sure your cute face and antics will win your mom back over soon. Sometimes the bitey cannot be helped and we bet she understands.

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, and Hollie

  3. Everycat is right. Sometimes the beans miss our little signal that tell them we are upset. Our mum tried to shoo us off the arm of her chair when she was reading. She moved suddenly with the book in her hand and that book scared us so! One of us bit partly on the book and part on her hand! Honestly we didn't mean to! We didn't know what was going on and got scared! We've got all of our shots but mum had an allergic reaction.
    We'll get our mum to tell your mum you really didn't mean it, if that will help. You probably don't even remember what happened or why she is mad. Giving you the cold shoulder will confuse you even more. Poor Puss. We know something went wrong to make you do this.

  4. I can relate, I have occationally given mum some toothy marks. Not hard enough to break the skin. But then she ignores me too. She gets over it.


  5. That's really terrible Puss. But don't blame yourself for what happened, I know you didn't mean it. Who would want to bite and hurt their mums right? Just hang in there, give your understanding to your mum for not talking to you for a while, maybe she's still hurt but it will soon pass. You just have to wait for your mum patiently and everything will be alright. :-)

    For the meantime, why don't you check out My kitties and I visit it regularly - they review cat products, talk about cat health issues and introduce you to new cat products. I hope you'll have a great one Puss! :-)

  6. You still in the dog house? We're missing your big fat ginger posts!



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