I have shared stories of my foster sisfur Marley with you a few times. She is a pretty snow bengal cat with very pretty blue eyes, but lately, she has been very silly. I guess I have to admit that I am partially to blame for these antics.
You see, sometimes, Marley is brave, and wanders around the entire apartment! She even walked all the way from living room, where her crate is, to the place where the human tortures himself with the watery spray every morning.
And she did not get scared when I wandered out of the bedroom, and into the hallway. Marley may be small, but she is a bengal cat and she has the agility all of us do. She hopped onto the top of the half wall, and then onto the kitchen counter, and then back into her crate.
Marley also will walk over to the couch when the human is sitting on it, and she will flop around and roll all over. She will do this even if Jacey and I are nearby.
But then she does some silly things and acts like a scared cat.
I thought that Marley was open to me and Jacey interacting with her more because of things like this. I decided, well, if she does not mind me, I will walk into her crate. This, my furiends, did not turn out well.
Marley got very mad and started to growl and hiss at me. I did not like this, so I talked loudly to her to tell her to be quiet. She responded by growling more loudly and I responded by thumping my paws on her cat tree. It got so bad that the human had to step in to break us up. He did not want to stick his hands in there. He used a hockey stick, which I attacked!
I do not know what Marley is trying to tell us, furiends. I figured that my fellow bengal cat and foster sisfur was showing signs that she was happy with us. But apparently, that was not the case. What do you kind humans think we should do?