Comic 128 - Cat People

13th Feb 2017, 12:00 PM
Cat People
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Rachael_Selk 13th Feb 2017, 12:00 PM edit delete
Rachael_Selk
There are a lot of people in my house, and also cat's everyone likes the cats but some of us have either a bubble and don't want to cats to get too comfortable. While the rest of us want to be smothered in cat cuddles…and the cat's sense it. Sometimes they let us cuddle, but other times they're just being choosy.
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tanabanana 13th Feb 2017, 1:07 PM edit delete reply
Last night, Orion climbed up on Heather's lap, and put his face in her face. I am not sure that she is a cat person, but it was really funny considering how quick he runs when people are there usually. :D
Rachael_Selk 13th Feb 2017, 2:20 PM edit delete reply
Rachael_Selk
He would though, just to keep you guessing! I love it when cats do that, it just doesn't happen too often. :P
RoseLaflesh 13th Feb 2017, 8:26 PM edit delete reply
RoseLaflesh
Of course, if you know cat's body language, you can usually get them to come to you. One of which is to feign disinterest. Which is why non-cat people usually attract cats with their genuine disinterest.
Rachael_Selk 13th Feb 2017, 9:19 PM edit delete reply
Rachael_Selk
True. Any time I'm trying to focus on art is when my cat wants my attention...not when I'm free and doing nothing... :P
RoseLaflesh 15th Feb 2017, 12:55 PM edit delete reply
RoseLaflesh
To a cat, unless they really like you, intense contact is considered rude. It's kind of the equivalent of going up to someone and giving their cheek a big lick (I'm talking a human doing this to another human). If you don't know that person, you want to get as far away from them as possible. If you only kind of know that person, you put some distance between them. If you're friends with that person, you'd just think them weird. If you're in love with that person, then you enjoy the attention. I'm not sure if it's a perfect analogy, but human body language is kind of loud and in your face for a cat, who prefers subtle queues.
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