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Creature Comforts

Grown-up cats: Mature and under-appreciated

October 15, 2013
By DR. STEPHANIE DAVERIO - Special to the Sun-Gazette , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

When I was asked recently if I still have cats at home, it occurred to me that I haven't written about my two feline friends in quite some time. My main reason for this is that they have ceased to do anything interesting or naughty for the last several years. As kittens, their shenanigans provided much in the way of teaching points and pure entertainment, but once cats reach adulthood, they sleep 80 percent of the time, not leaving much room for strange and interesting behaviors to relate to anybody. Sleep, eat, litterbox, sleep, eat, repeat. They behave in a more dignified, mature and most boring way, now that they're all grown up.

 
 

 

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