I do hope that cat’s been declawed . . . what do you suppose he’s thinking?



  1. Patti G.

    Actually, a cat usually doesn’t extend their claws in play. We’ve had out cats to swat at us during play time and the claws were not extended. Prudence, who is no longer with us, used to crawl up in my lap and put her paws on either side of my face/neck. Then she’d get sleepy and start kneading. That’s when the claws came out. As kittens cats knead their mothers as they are “eating” – and the claws will stimulate the milk flow. For the most part cats extend their claws at will.

  2. Mocha with Linda

    That absolutely brought a smile to my face! What a darling baby!

  3. Ruthie

    There’s no better sound than the laughter of a child.


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