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Saturday, May 02, 2020

Imitate feline social distancing

We cats have been social distancing for years. It is what we do. We timeshare space when we live in the same house as other cats.
Humans often don't notice us doing that. But often even if we share the large bed, we will share at a distance. We only eat close too if our stupid humans force us to.
We keep our distance from stranger cats - and spend many hours just staring at each other, occasionally breaking off the eye contact, before moving away to an even safer distance.
We practice safe space all the time.
Urgent advice for humans,.... imitate your cat. 



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3 comments:

  1. That is great advice.

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  2. One may wonder why humans need so badly to hug & kiss? I think because they are insecure & needy! Good advice: keep your distance!
    Chico

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