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Old 03-16-2009, 02:06 PM
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do cats like belly rubs?


hi there im new to this forum just been looking at some threads and was wondering does anybodys cat like there belly rubbed?

ive never known a cat to like it apart from my own he loves it, the rougher the better for him every other cat ive known will bite if you go near their belly (i think he thinks hes a dog)
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Old 03-16-2009, 02:10 PM
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Welcome to the forum!

It really depends on the cat. Some hate it,some tolerate it and others love it.My current foster roosl over to have his tummy rub, while some of my previous hated their tummies being touched.
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Old 03-16-2009, 02:14 PM
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My cat loves it, it annoys him if you do it lightly but he absolutely loves it when you rub it hard enough, he likes it when you scratch it
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Old 03-16-2009, 02:22 PM
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yeah freddy likes it rough n rolls over for you but he just is soft as muck the best cat you could wish for, hes only 10month now, we just got 2 kittens too they have so different personalitys, marley is the wingy one any of yous ever had a cat that cries all the time? whenever i speak to him he meows but the other is the opposite he doesnt bother he just works the other 2
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Old 03-16-2009, 02:25 PM
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I've had cat/kittens what meowed back at my when I was talking to them.

Wilson (current foster) meows when is wants to know where I am or when he wants something.He also meows if you wants to to continue petting him.
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Old 03-16-2009, 02:30 PM
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aww bless. . . maybe thats it then he just wants stroked i do know its not to be picked up cos when i pick him up he cries to be down thats how i know the kids have him when he cries lol but jake isnt bothered. he also cries to be fed and follows me untill i feed him, its strange to me this cos freddy never cries ever so you think hes crying to be stroked? attention seeker then lol
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Old 03-16-2009, 02:35 PM
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I would say its a threat, lol, 'if you dont feed me I will carry on crying!', bless him, he just wants to know you love him
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Old 03-16-2009, 02:46 PM
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yip he deffo doesnt stop crying till hes fed lol i think hes gonna be a big cat im looking forward to seeing that as i love fat cats, freddy is tall and slim he is so picky he doesnt eat chicken or anything hes pretty weird i gave him sardines when we got the kittens so he wasnt left out n he walked away from them haha, but marley cries from waking up till hes fed he'l eat the meat then have some milk then a bit of cream then some dry food, i never realised with having a picky cat that will only eat complete food how expensive they are lol
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Old 03-16-2009, 04:02 PM
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I would not give them any dairy products. They should only be eating wet and/or dry food (a raw diet is good to) if they still need milk then they are too young to have been taken away from mom , even then they show only recive milk made for them. Cows milk will make them sick.
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yeah they were young to be taken from there mam they get kitten milk but now they are about 8weeks they have started drinking more water than there milk, they were fed on normal cat food but when i got them they got kitten food they were very demanding on that so i introduced the complete and they are content with it now they dont seem to be as hungry
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What type of food are you feeding them? Kitten food has more calories ( I think it calories I'll have to check) than adult food.
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OMG! Marley is ADORABLE!!! Welcome to the forum. MORE PICTURES OF MARLEY, PLEASE!!!!
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Marley is so cute

My cat Frahnz believes he is a dog and a part of the pack lol, he will roll over and grab your hand for tummy rubs, he especially likes it when its with my nails lol, he will even drool...my kitty also plays fetch and chases the dogs, I love kitties that don't realize they are kitties lol
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thats how our cat got his name tummerz he loved it. Kitten food has a different fat ratio than adult food and i believe has different vitamins added.
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