23 September 2010

Today a kitten gnawed on my collarbone. I have had to start eating more in order to fuel the brain power; I lost weight just studying.

4 comments:

boris said...

enamorous things sure do sound nice

wrenna said...

the kittens were so nice, rolling around in my arms.

boris said...

what does it feel like to have a kitten that grows older into a cat? does the extreme cuteness and attractiveness of a kitten evolve into a love and bond with the less cute cat?

wrenna said...

my cat was between 1 and three years of age when I adopted him so I would have to think back to being ten years old... and I was scared of my kitten then. Kittens are insistent in their need for attention and stinky. A healthy cat is mostly odorless and continues to engage in cute behaviors such as sunggling and rolling around toying with the fringe of a rug. the extreme cuteness and attractiveness lives on in the luxuriant sleeping postures of the cat. my cat can dispel a panic attack and is sensitive to my moments of terror. in that sense I consider him almost a service animal. with kittens it can be more difficult for mere humans to gague personality because their social involvement with one another is very important. in terms of loyalty, I clean up after shelter cats and it must be said that though my cat enjoys the affections of other people, he does not sleep around. I feel like I protect him and enjoy his company and he does the same for me.