Why do cats "take possession" of whatever you put down?
Lindemann really can't be comfortable with "The Flamenco Academy" as a pillow.
I don't know why they do it. Because they can, I think.
That is a gorgeous cat though!
oohh sooo cute and sweet of your cat..Maybe they like the things around them specially when its new, and they like to smell it. Or if you have other cat he just letting know that hes the supreme or he owns it. He wants more petting:)
Yes, I feel like he's "claiming" something that was mine.
right!..We have two cats when we lie on bed or coach one cat walks around on us and try to sleep in our belly. And my husband said thats how the cats owned thier territory or claim that im the Boss here.
There must be an instinct kicking in - possession of any thing placed before them through smell touch and whisker investigation.
I see your cat has put its head on the book! Interesting, perhaps cats have a particular attraction to paper because whenever I try to write or read something with a book or notepad on my lap (or even my desk) up pops the cat to sit right down on it!!! Naughty, but comical.
My guess is because they can smell you on the object and this is their way of being close to you when they can't be in contact with you. My cat loves to lay on my dirty, sweaty shirts.
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