Tabby Feia used to be super cuddly, clingy and affectionate. Like a little dog, she would follow me around the whole day (sometimes we would fall upon each other), and as soon as I sat down she would jump on my lap and make herself comfortable. At night she used to cuddle up to my arm and start to purr (which would later evolve to a snore). She would lie there the whole night, wake up with me, do the morning routine with me, have breakfast… Feia and I used to be an inseparable team – and sometimes it made my life a bit complicated. But I always loved it this way.
For a week or so, our close relationship is over. I wake up in the morning – no Feia. Sit at the table – without Feia. Go to bed at night – still no Feia. She is too busy doing other things like watching birds, chasing little flies, ambushing unsuspecting Atze (the Persian)…
Last night in bed: I was reading a book when little Feia elegantly entered the room, winking at me. I was so happy. “Old Feia is back.” She walked over to the bed – but instead of jumping on it, she went under it – a couple of seconds and weird scratching noises later she appeared behind my head (and the bed), with her paws and head between the poles (as you can see on the picture). And before I could react, she goes “puff, puff, puff” with her little paw on my head and disappears. She continued doing this for about half an hour, so I could take this picture of her. I think Feia is going through a phase from being a kitten to becoming a teenager cat.
Oh you little clown. You make me so happy even if I should actually be mad at you.
Atze. She seems to be in a constant state of sleepwalking. The only time she’s really active is around dinner time (the two minutes before we feed her). You may think I don’t love her as much as I love Feia. Absolutely wrong. I love Atze to death. But since she’s a little reserved towards me, there’s not so much to tell about our relationship. (But Atze loves Alex! You should see the two together…)