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This is MY butter wrapper – I'll eat it how I please
A sign language is in development. To us, a raised finger, being gestured at him, means "Shut up, you stupid moggy, it’s four o’clock in the morning; you’ll wake the whole building.", as he now exercises little control over the sound level he uses to communicate his requirements to us. To him, it is unclear what is meant by this but the expression on his face does indicate that some meaning, albeit not of the volume decreasing variety, is being interpreted. This may take some time.
As tribute, Ori is entitled to receive first lick at any butter wrapper that may emerge from the kitchen. Now that he is known to be insusceptible to the lure of the crinkle of silver paper, said paper must be waved under his nose so that he may be awakened by the odour. He will then push this paper with his tongue, as he laps at the butter, until it disappears under the sofa, television stand or other non-cat head admitting item of furniture. He will then wail his loudest wail and continue to so do until the problem has been remedied by whichever human has the least immunity to such activation retrieving the paper from under the offending furniture and replacing it on the mat in front of him.
The last time this happened, I, as the least immune human then available, decided to give him a clue and held the paper down with my finger while he licked. To my surprise, when I removed this finger, he replaced it with his paw and proceeded to clean the paper of all butter traces. It’s not the first time he has proved himself to be remarkably quick on the uptake but would he remember?
The next block of butter was not unwrapped for a week or so but, when the paper was placed before him, he proceeded disappointingly to chase it over the living room mat again. So I dropped him another hint which he, at first, took but then he removed his paw from the paper and chased it towards the nearest bean bag, where it lodged. The look on his face, as he enjoyed the last bits, put me quite in my place and he gave things a final twist by carefully and deliberately placing his paw on the now cleaned paper as he turned to resume his interrupted snooze on the sofa.
The only logical explanation I can think of is that she accidentally saw herself in the dressing mirror (probably for the first time), got scared and raised her hackles, saw the "intruder" in the mirror doing the same, and went mad. Really, really mad.
The first thing I did (ok, after taking this one photo) was to cover the mirror with a cloth.
It took her almost one hour to stop growling and hissing. Me and my mother tried everything we could think of to calm her down, we talked to her (from the distance of course), tried to lure her with her favorite treats, etc etc. At some point she left that room and inspected ALL the house, with determination, still growling…
It was a terrifying experience for us the humans too… we were very careful to appear calm, and to give her room – while keeping control of the doors :-D. We also grabbed some thick bath towels, just in case ( I was VERY concerned about my bare feet :-D), but we didn’t have to use them, and she showed no signs of wanting to attack us. On the contrary, at some point she was growling and rubbing against my leg at the same time.
Now, a couple of hours later, she is sleeping in "her" room, on my bed, as if nothing had happened. She even asked to be petted and purred!
Very confusing, all in all…
EXPLORE #316, July 28, 2008