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Re: [FH] Playtime

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  • Jan
    Don t know that this is true for all cat s, but vets have told me to let the cat set his or her own pace. (They would be referring to a certain cat.) Prayers
    Message 1 of 4 , May 30, 2002
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      Don't know that this is true for all cat's, but vets have told me to let the
      cat set his or her own pace. (They would be referring to a certain cat.)
      Prayers to Moth (and to your hands and feet)... : - )
      Jan

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      From: <adawson1971@...>
      To: <feline-heart@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2002 1:06 PM
      Subject: [FH] Playtime


      > Does anyone have any recommendations on what to do for playtime?
      >
      > The past couple of months, I've been very reluctant to allow Moth to have
      any kind of play. (Lots of cuddling and hugs, but no fetch and chasing
      things.) He tends to play rough and gets overly excited, which causes me to
      worry about his heart.
      >
      > He's generally good about entertaining himself with his toys, but
      sometimes that's not enough. And as a result, he becomes overly agressive
      with me. I become his whipping boy and chew toy. :-) He wants to fight (only
      way to describe it). And gets very, very upset if I don't reciprocate.
      >
      > In the past couple of days, he's been very insistent about it, especially
      last night. I'm sleeping, but he decides it's a good time for hands, feet
      and arms to become the enemy.
      >
      > 20 claws and a mouth full of teeth hurt! Not to mention, that pulling
      17lbs of determined cat off of body parts is not easy. I have the scars to
      prove it.
      >
      > Anyone have any ideas?
      >
      > Annette
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