I had 2 cats. One is older – home, the other is quite young – British. Kayla, domestic cat, we have already been 12. She has a very peculiar character, she is somewhere wild, because she was born in a family where there were many small children. And since then, she simply did not digest the children – as soon as she heard a children’s cry or noise, she was hiding. And if they tried to take it, it hissed and moaned very viciously.
Klepu we took a couple of years ago, my mother wanted a British woman. Here it is on the contrary was very gentle and funny. But the cat changed its behavior after I got pregnant. At first everything was fine, until the moment when my stomach did not grow. Klepa kept sleeping with me in the arms of my head.
As soon as the belly began to grow, the cat began to move away from me and to be wild, nervous, could claw, although it had not hurt the flies before. The climax of everything was the moment when we repaired the room to the appearance of the baby, and she began to spoil it. Scolded – she still did not stop. It was decided to give it away for a while, until the baby is born, and the passions will be pauled.
To be honest, I worried about my son. When the son was born, something happened that we did not expect. My wild cat Kayla just fell in love with the baby. She slept with him, gently treated him, protected him.
The son grew up and was the only one to whom she allowed much. It was very surprising and unexpected. Sometimes we were afraid that the cat would bite it or bite it, because it is small, it does not count strength, and sometimes it creates unimaginable things. But no, Kyle is all stoically tolerant and continues to play with him. The cat has changed a lot.
As for Klepy, a couple of months after birth, we decided to take her back. She lived with her husband’s parents and he often visited her, said that it was clear that she was bored, thin, not so cheerful. We decided to give her a second chance.
As if we did not want, the cat did not understand anything. At home she recovered a little, but sometimes continued to hiss on the child. She did nothing to him only because Kayla was protecting her son. Therefore, we realized that nothing would change, and gave the cat to other owners.