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Adult domestic cat belly-up posture is a cat hug — 10 Comments

  1. Okay, got the mouse in my left hand. He she will make it. I just don’t know what to do in these situations. I praise my cat, and then I take the mouse to what I think is a safe place, and release. What do you do, Michael? Thank you.

    • By the way, that little white speck is a piece of Shrimpie, from his cremation <<>>. Released him in a safe place. Bad thing is, it was in my apt. Didn’t dare take him/her outside.

  2. Maybe this would be a better topic: how to deal with cats catching mice in your apartment. oh, boy. I don’t know how to handle it. Thanks, Michael. I am in such conflict in this scenario.

  3. Michael, I am so relieved that you found Gabriel. I truly didn’t know how long it would take me to start the search for another cat. Even after I got him, it seemed as though I didn’t have the time of day for him. But, thank goodness, I do. 💕

      • His green green eyes are huge, but I don’t think he likes your camera or phone, in front of your face, do you? Best regards, Michael. I am glad that you also chose to adopt. Thanks… it was such a difficult road for me, because I didn’t have any one in myimmediate family backing me up. Thanks again for posting this.

      • So is my bebe. I don’t know if this appropriate, but maybe an article on why cats chew on fingers? (besides nursing behavior) TIA, Cal

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