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Bruce H 11-11-2019 04:42 PM

Trans Cat
 
A member of my household has gone trans. It is my cat, Sage. She has rejected her birth assignment species and has transitioned to human. She refuses to live out under the carport with the other cats. Instead she insists on living in the house and sleeping in a real bed, under the covers even.She won't eat cat food. And never catches a mouse. Instead she jumps on the table and eats human food. She does not want to stay out all night and fight with the neighborhood cats like my other cats do. But when one of the carport cats comes in the house she will stalk it and attack it. I have realized that it is better not to try to change her, but instead to accept her for who she is.

floyd 11-11-2019 04:49 PM

Hopefully she won't be allowed to vote until she is 18 years old.

Iowa Dave 11-11-2019 05:54 PM

Voting Cat
 
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Originally Posted by floyd (Post 760465)
Hopefully she won't be allowed to vote until she is 18 years old.

Im sure a cat that smart would cast an informed ballot. Course shell need an ID here in Iowa to make sure she was born in the USA.
Iowa Dave

Justus C 11-11-2019 07:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Iowa Dave (Post 760470)
Im sure a cat that smart would cast an informed ballot. Course shell need an ID here in Iowa to make sure she was born in the USA.
Iowa Dave

Your naturalized cats can't vote in Iowa?

Iowa Dave 11-11-2019 10:40 PM

They can as long as they bring their voter ID card to the polls.
Dave

Glenn Baglo 11-11-2019 11:11 PM

Is that cat yet another billionaire?

Jim G. - Ohio 11-12-2019 08:30 PM

What you have is a "spoiled" cat. It may be hard to retrain it to be a normal cat, but you could try.

Dave Fish 11-12-2019 08:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Jim G. - Ohio (Post 760549)
What you have is a "spoiled" cat. It may be hard to retrain it to be a normal cat, but you could try.

"Normal cat" is an oxymoron. If you don't think so, drop by our sticks & bricks. We have taken a couple on road trips.

Justus C 11-13-2019 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Jim G. - Ohio (Post 760549)
What you have is a "spoiled" cat. It may be hard to retrain it to be a normal cat, but you could try.

In such situations, ask yourself "Is the juice worth the squeeze?"

If you've ever squeezed a cat, you know the answer.

mgfreeman 11-23-2019 12:59 PM

Trans Cat
 
I'm 81 years old. Raised on a farm. Brought a barn cat into the house when I was about three years old and said, "This is my cat". In retrospect, I should have learned right then how much my mother really loved me, because animals of any sort, in that era, were simply not permitted in a German household. She let me keep the cat as a house pet.

Ultimately, I've been priviledged to have many, many cats live in our household. I was even put in charge of a colony of cats who were working for the U.S. Air Force at one location in the 1960s.

Bruce H: A member of my household has gone trans. It is my cat, Sage. She has rejected her birth assignment species and has transitioned to human. She refuses to live out under the carport with the other cats. Instead she insists on living in the house and sleeping in a real bed, under the covers even.She won't eat cat food. And never catches a mouse. Instead she jumps on the table and eats human food. She does not want to stay out all night and fight with the neighborhood cats like my other cats do. But when one of the carport cats comes in the house she will stalk it and attack it. I have realized that it is better not to try to change her, but instead to accept her for who she is.

mgfreema: I'm not sure why you raised this issue. Our cats have, and still do, travel all over the U.S. with us. Because I traveled a lot for business in the past as a bachelor, I limited myself to two cats at a time. (Traveling with two cats is roughly equivelent of traveling with two one-year-old humans.) YOu apparently only have one cat, Sage, who will travel with you.

It sounds to me as though you have a dedicated house cat. (I could even say you have a "devoted" house cat, but "devoted" to a cat is much different then we thnk of it). What are you asking? Do you not like some or all of the things Sage is doing?

Doctor Harold 11-23-2019 01:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Bruce H (Post 760464)
A member of my household has gone trans. It is my cat, Sage. ......

I think you named Sage appropriately. She sounds wise.

I have a Jack Russell Terrier that I'm sure thinks she's human. She also sleeps on my bed under the covers, and eats mostly people food because I share. She loves brie but won't eat mozzarella, go figure.

I think she believes she's telepathic and I'm defective because I don't always understand the thoughts she is beaming at me.

We all adapt.

--Harold


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