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Why does my cat pull my hair?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by gorgybaby, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. If they groom each other ~I think it is usually a sign of dominance. Being a cat owner though I can;t believe you think you are in charge. Maybe they are just making sure?
     
  2. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    [​IMG]
    They probably are just putting me in my place!
     
  3. nomad

    nomad Star commenter

    To see if it "feels sooooo nourished"?
    [Whispers] Take care........
     
  4. They're just treating you as a two-legged cat. Mine occasionally does the same thing - not my hair, but washing my hands or feet as though I were another cat. Well, she would if I let her keep on with it.
     
  5. I am afraid I don't know but our two kittens do exactly the same, although not necessarily just when I have washed it - I have short hair and I look like I have been dragged through a hedge backwards when they have finished with it!

    I sympathise!
     
  6. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    because all cats are evil
     

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