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August 27, 2011

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Skye

I'm guessing this is new behavior? That's terrific!

Elvira Mistress of Felinity

Cheryl...

Yes, it is.

I was rescued as a Kitten, off our front porch a year ago...so been a little skittish about being picked up.

I've always loved my Daddy Kiril but, until a month ago, more often than not I would use the most unlady-like language, in my soft voice, to voice my brief displeasure at being picked up from the floor. ;-D

Hugs & pettings are cool, and I've even let Daddy approach where I'm laying down, and pet, and kiss me, as I purr in response.

This latest letting down of my hair, so to speak, is just the latest effort on my part to become more interactive with that big, tall, human I love so much.

I have become so trusting of the play side of Daddy that I will lay on my back, paws raised, big-assed, toothy grin, on my face, and play pattycake with Daddy's fingers, using my front paws. ;-D

You should see me play with his shoe strings!

Oh, Ceiling Cat, how I love, love, love, those things!

Almost as much as I do chasing the light dot around the apartment! ;-D

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