When SHEEEE wants to play, it's okay.
Gigi A Kitty is a very adorable fun loving kitty, when she wants to be. When she wants to play, we play. When I want to play...well...if she's not into it, she is not into it.
Gigi A Kitty growls. Here is how and why she growls and how it began.
One time, only one time, I didn't let Gigi go outside and play because a neighborhood cat was killed by a speeding car at 7am. I was too nervous and I wanted to watch the streets for a bit to catch the jerk in the black car.
Gigi alwayed growled. But ever since being on lock down for two whole days, she has not stopped growling.
She often growled before but now it is all of the time even when we are not playing. She is still cuddly in the morning and evening, but during the day, if she is not outside, she is sitting in the living room or any other place, just growling or yelling at her tail or chasing Feather Kitty.
She is very silly and adorable, though.
I do play with her often, especially in the morning when I first get up. She is extremely playful, when she wants to play. If I don't play when she wants to play, she chases me and jumps on my legs.
Her favorite play is to get behind a door and grab at my fingers underneath the door.
The first time I heard her growl was when she was very little. I gave her a tuna treat. She took a piece of the tuna and ran a few feet from her bowl and put it on the ground and starting growling while eating.
I thought she was choking and I got so upset. After the second time she did this at tuna treat time, I realized that my cat growls.
I never thought anything of it until other people were at my house and while visiting, asked what that sound was. When they realized that Gigi was just sitting and growling, I learned that not all cats growl.