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~max~ | 19:48 Sun 15th Feb 2009 | Animals & Nature
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Hi all!
I was just wondering something....When Jessie, my 2 yr old kitty, comes back from her gallivanting outside, I always greet her by asking if she had fun (I know, I know...I'm a weirdo). She ALWAYS responds by rolling on the floor on her back. Any other cats do that?
I know she's not asking for a belly rub, because she doesn't like them. :O(
She's a VERY affectionate cat, so could it be that she is "talking" to me, and saying "hi"? lol

She also does it whenever she comes back from a nap and I talk to her.

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Many thanx for that, eash. I was afraid it might be a load of rubbish like the rip-off book Your Talking Cat (know that?), but it's a fantastic read. I do have another book which has informed my thinking (coz one does think, doesnt one? - and crave to understand what's going on in their heads), but it's in Japanese. Not very likely you can read that, I guess. But I dont think that says anything about the stunning revelation on jennas site that cats hiss and spit when attacked or threatened because they are imitating snakes, and the sound of the cat's hiss is almost the same sound as a snake's hiss - and the snake is one of the most feared creatures in the animal world.

So I got the bit about the Gorgon's head with its full complement of snakes right didnt I?

As for the bum, wolf, I dont buy it. I think it has a more hairy implication than that. True, ours started that lark when she started the belly-up greeting, but i think that was just coincidence. Until then she'd been too much of a scaredy-cat to go out on the tiles, where she soon picked up far more edifying carry-ons than that.

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