How cute is Stress?
Her current rating is 3.71 out of 5 with 14 vote(s).
All about Stress
One of the decisions that you’ll have to make when you get a new cat or kitten is where will it sleep? If you want your new kitten to sleep with you in your own bed then it should be no problem at all. Most kittens love sleeping with their owners and they will often press their bodies into yours for that warm cuddly feeling. If you’ve adopted an adult cat, it may take a little longer before the cat becomes comfortable enough to sleep in your bed. It may choose to sleep in another area of your bedroom, or it may choose to sleep in another room altogether. The trick is simple patience. If you are a kind and loving pet owner and interact and pet your cat, then eventually the cat will come around and likely jump on your bed to sleep when you least expect it.
If you don’t want your cat to sleep in your bed because of shedding, restlessness or other issues, then you have a few choices.
- Connie Vautz
- Province, Country:
- NS, Canada
- Don't Know
- Date of Birth:
- April 2001
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attention span...amazing...just like me.
adopted by a girl last summer. She named me Stress because I enjoy freaking
out at everything especially my favorite mouse that hangs from the ceiling.
pet peeve is when my litter box isn't cleaned every other day.
favorite lounging spot is my owners bedroom window and my favorite grooming
spot is her bed.
major dislike is when my owner drags me to her parents' house which
is a whole 3 1/2 hour car ride! Yuck!
most embarrasing moments are when I miscalculate how high I've jumped
to get to the window and I run smack into the wall! Ouch!
just laying around sleeping all day until my owner gets home and have
someone to play with.
In the mornings when I hear this loud beeping sound I know its time
for my owner to get up and feed me.
a wonderful life!!