Wednesday, December 18, 2013 11:31:14 PM
I have 3 cats that I adore. However,I know that cats curl up to your or sit in your lap because they want warmth not your affection. Cats do not have the same hunger "switch" that humans do. They will continue to eat food provided until there is physical discomfort from a too full stomach. When they follow it is because they want food, not your attention. Cats rub up against you and "headbutt" you not because they care but rather to mark you as being safe with their own scent. In general, cats view humans more as providers of things they want. They care for us in their own way but are far more independent of our feelings then we are of theirs.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013 9:25:32 PM
Lol my cat is so codependent I was just hanging up Christmas lights and my cat had to be sitting on the chair I'm standing on, and then she just curled up on my feet as I finished what I was doing.