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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-12-2008, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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Chichi is this normal?

Ok well im sorry i havnt been updating on the kittys i got a while back i need to get new pics! well their growing up well!
They are so cuddly and lapcats they follow us everywhere kiss us and PURRRRR everytime they see us LOL!

One thing tho thats bothering me and i dont want it to get worse or that would be BAD!
Well when chichi is either up walking around or sitting or doing anything and you touch her belly she screams and scrabs us like it doesnt look like shes in pain its like a bite she would try and give me shes done it a few times to me what is this? and how can i get her out of the habit?
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Don't touch her bellies them.

Some cats just don't like their bellies touched,Sumaii was like that, she always bit if you touched her tummy.

If your really worried though, take her to a vet.





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with Frahnz if you touch his belly it means play time and he wants to wrestle, cats tend to not like their bellies rubbed, thats more of a dog thing, or at least with all the cats I have had...good luck with the kitties, can't wait to see pics of the kitties

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hehe ticklish spot? my cat lucy has a spot right where his hips are that if you touch him hes going to bite or jump

another one of our cats loved his belly rubbed, he would flop over and beg so he got the name tummerz

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When my cat's are on their bellies i rub them and they also think it is play time and they try and attack my hand but they really try and hurt me it's all just in fun for them. I had one cat who hated having her belly rubbed for some reason and she was very healthy.
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Has the cat had a check up recently? If the cat hasn't it might be a good idea to take them to the vet anyway to make sure everything is okay. My cat doesn't like his belly rubbed at all (or he thinks it's playtime) but he never screams or cries or anything like that.
Some cats are really vocal also.
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