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  1. DJ's Mom said:

    Well our boy chasing things that are not there. Meaning on top of the cupboards and scratches the ceiling. Will sit and wait for hrs looking at the wall waiting for car lights to go across the walls at night and early in the morning. Has always been standoffish even as a kitten. I can pick him up and he will cuddle me. But normally is not very affectionate. He excels in other areas though. He is a wonderful guard cat and will play with 3-5 yr old children trying to duplicate what they do. Example he loves playing with the puzzle toys. We love him just the same. He does have a older sibling that bullied him so that could be a lot of it.

    August 20, 2017
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    • Brittany said:

      Hi DJ’s Mom, thanks for dropping by! Your boy sounds like a silly kitty! Cats are very intriguing, all of them are unique in their own ways and that’s what makes them so special! Yoda can be a bit odd at times, too, but we love him even more for it! He loves being chased and rolling over on the ground for belly rubs (hehe). Thanks so much for sharing your story with us! Always happy to hear from Fluffy Kitty followers. We wish you the best with your sweet boy!

      August 23, 2017
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  2. Cassie said:

    Hi! our little guys shows signs of autism but we’re unsure. he is particular about shapes and colors of his food, hates change, and doesn’t like things out of place. it’s almost more like OCD.

    October 23, 2017
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    • Brittany said:

      Hello Cassie! Thanks for sharing with us. It can be really tough to determine, especially because all cats are so unique that some characteristics just might be attributed to their personality, while others could raise some red flags. In any case, we would recommend to speak to your vet about it if you’re unsure. Just remember that diagnosing autism in cats is difficult, and unlikely. If your sweet boy is doing just fine and is living a happy, healthy life then that’s what counts most 🙂

      November 1, 2017
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  3. Bunny said:

    My special lil guy is Fritz. I was milking cows on a dairy farm when our new female cat had three kittens. She had them in the night in one of the calf pens amongst the straw. When i went into the barn the next morning I had found them and discovered that he had a lil bloody nose. I figured he must have been kicked or stepped on or something 🙁
    I tried so hard to move the kittens to a better location,(momma Luna was fine with me) she would move them back. He seemed to do fine until the winter hit and it got real cold. Luna decided it was time to ween them at five months old. She was small and young herself. The other male and female were much larger and Fritz was obviously the runt of the litter. I had taken it upon myself to feed him milk replacer as a booster to the small amount of wet food and milk he was getting.
    I had some says off and went to check on/snuggle them. The other two came out mewing for food, but he looked awfully still in their little nest. Slowly and sadly I reached out to touch him. He cried out to loud it sent my heart into my throat and right there i decided he was coming home. Only for a few days. There was no thought. In the end we, of course, fell in love with our rescue baby.
    Fritz is now one year and three months old and he is a very odd little guy. He has always had a head twitch. Always when he drinks he starts out licking the water like an ice cream cone, eventually he picks up and laps properly. He’s a small cat, but very heavy footed in the front end (thud, thud, thud) and also kind of drags his back toes so that his nails scrape lightly on the ground. He’s very sensitive about motion above his head and head scratches sometimes(cringes). I could go on about all the little odd traits that make me certain of his neurological disability. I’ve always had cats and he’s just so different. So janky and slow. I had him vet checked as well and he seemed to think that, otherwise; he was a completely healthy lil cat. No mites for the twitch, nothin. Just extra special <3

    November 10, 2017
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    • Brittany, Paul, and Yoda =^^= said:

      Hi there, hi Fritz 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing this story with us. That’s why we love cats ! Every single one of them has their very own personality that makes them so special. It’s wonderful to read about people like you that care about our fluffy friends. Take care and feel free to come back anytime!

      November 19, 2017
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