A little worried

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  1. Richie12345

    Richie12345 New Member

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    My cat is very lazy and I think she is gaining some pounds :rolleyes: All of her toys are put in storage with our other stuff because we are showing our house (trying to sell it). She used to plays fetch with me, but now when I throw a crumbled piece of paper she just inspects it and walks away. All she wants to do is sleep and cuddle. Which isn't exactly a bad thing :rolleyes: but I am still worried :( she used to be very entergetic!
     
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    juliefurry Rusty but Trusty

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    how old is she? Our cat used to LOVE playing fetch too but now she does the same thing. Our cat's only two though.
     
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    Richie12345 New Member

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    Same with our cat...
     
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    Richie12345 New Member

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    I just started noticing that Mayia (the cat) is twitching a lot during sleep, am I just worrying too much?
     
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    Cats can be so snobby and finicky. Our Fagan will be down enjoying the family at one moment and then turn his nose up to us the other. And I feel bad for the dogs because they don't understand his moods and will think 'Hey, let's play' and get swatted and hissed at. lol
     
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    Barb04 Love my pets Staff Member

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    I know when I was selling my house and had to make it look all nice & neat with no dog/cat toys, bowls, etc. around, the pets knew something was up. They didn't act the same way because they weren't sure what was happening. I'm wondering if this is what's happening by you since you say you put all her toys in storage. Maybe she thinks she's being given away. Animals are much smarter than we give them credit for some times.
     
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    Richie12345 New Member

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    lol :D
    :p
     
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    Yeah, your probly right. We'll see when we move back into the house...
     

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