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I think they miss their humans. She will probably be bored and lonely but she'll survive. She might even get pissed at you and give you the silent treatment for a while when you get back, but she'll forgive.
I'm going to Las Vegas for a week and a half in July to visit my daughter. I'll be leaving Squeaky behind with provisions for dry food and water (no wet food). Tell me, do cats experience separation anxiety? I've been her only play partner for about 9 months now and she's used to sleeping on my bed snuggled up against me. I know cats are independent, but do they miss their humans?
Fuck yeah, first cat!
@ Patricia - One of the few times she's quiet.....
Oh, is that one a talker like Squeaky? She talks to herself frequently. Meows a lot. If she wants to play, she'll grab the toy and drop it nearby and meow at me. She chuckles, chortles, mumbles. When she sees a prey item (like a house fly...LOL), she'll cackle quietly. Quite the personality. Luckily, she's quiet at night.
That's great! Ever visited Cats That Look Like Hitler?
Squeaky is regal :)
picked her out at the animal shelter when I went into the cat room and she sat up on her haunches and reached out to me with her paws. "Hold me! Hold me!" So I picked her up and she purred. "I want this one!"
Yeah. She's a tuxedo cat. White bib, white paws, some white on her tummy. Otherwise, jet black. She's a teenager now and so can be a little hard to get along with. She hasn't accepted my authority yet and so she's very disobedient. LOL
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