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Does my cat remember me?
I had my cat Twiggy with me from 6 months until he was two. He want every where with me. This included my (ex) boyfriends. I was never without him. After our break up, I stayed at home 90% of the time living with my mom. I then met another guy, and moved in with him months later and haven't had him staying with us due to other cats. He stayed with my mom and dad. My fiance & I are now moving somewhere else and we will be able to take him in... While I do see him at least once a month, do you think he remembers me and will want to live with me? He always seems mad at me when I see him.
6 weeks I meant to say. I bottle fed him even because he was a runt and wouldn't take solid food for about a month.
If you do see him from time to time, he will indeed remember you. That is no worry. However-Whether or not he will enjoy living with you is another matter. All cats are finicky, and he may have become so attached to your parents he may not want to move after all this time. But it is impossible to say how he will react. Cats have been known to become attached to the *houses themselves* and travel back to them after their families have moved with them across the country.
Cats can be very sensitive animals. Since they do not have verbal language it is hard for animals to understand the things that happen in their environment sometimes. Your cat may be reserved because he is not sure where he will be living and what will be happening. If you can give your cat a stable home and plenty of affection and good care, it is likely you can rekindle your relationship.
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