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Suddenly Affectionate?

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Jess2308, Apr 14, 2011.

  1. Jess2308

    Jess2308 PetForums VIP

    May 12, 2009
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    Molly, my somewhat aloof, outdoor kitty has suddenly turned into a cuddly, snuggly lapcat :confused: She has always been friendly but on her terms, she mostly wanted to be outside though. But suddenly the last couple of days she has been ALL over me, like right now im having to type around her rolling on my laptop, so excuse any typos :lol: She keeps following me around the house and jumping on my lap at any opportunity - this is very out of character :confused:

    The only thing I can think is that for 6 weeks I was pretty much living at my mums to look after the Evie puppy, and just popping into my house twice a day to feed everyone. Maybe that has prompted it? Though, i've been back over a week now and the weird behaviour has only just started yesterday....

    Dont get me wrong, im not complaining, I love that she is being so sweet as she's fluffy and lovely to cuddle :D But it just seems a bit odd. She is about 15 months old now so maybe her age?
  2. Paddypaws

    Paddypaws PetForums VIP

    May 4, 2010
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    Mitzy was a cuddly kitten, then went all 'teenage ' on me for 6 months.:confused: Recently she has started coming for more cuddles again....so maybe this is what is happening with Molly. Long may it continue for both of us though!
  3. chesca13

    chesca13 PetForums Member

    Sep 30, 2010
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    Rhubarb was like that she loved cuddles when she was a kitten but now shes 8 months she is too cool for cuddles now :cool:, :lol:, she gives the odd one but they are when she wants to but Noodles is only 11 weeks and he loves his mummys cuddles :)
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