Perhaps to bring us down to their level. They tire of always having to look up to communicate with us.
I like to think they aren't trying to trip me but clear the way for me to walk. Of course that doesn't cover every situation but it works for most of them. Only one of my cats does the routine of walking around my feet and between my legs while I'm trying to move forward. She also happens to be the youngest who I found outside when she was just a few weeks old so maybe it has something to do with not wanting to get too far away.
by sir_tallest 7 years ago
Why do people try so hard to prove that there is no God......that everything happening is pure luck or whatever they think helps them achieve it
by wellness5 7 years ago
On the 18th May, my hub was flagged for being over promotional.I removed some links of so called prohibited sites (affiliate links) and left in a very useful link to my article on Ezine Articles and a Squidoo lens of mine which is also very informative on the same subject. I submitted the hub for...
by Kim Kennedy 8 months ago
Why does my cat walk in front of me, and get in the way?She does this especially when I'm trying to put food down for her. It's so annoying!
by Phoebe Pike 6 years ago
I have some real issues writing poetry. I love reading it and I would love to write it beyond a second grade level, but I keep getting stuck and it never conveys what I originally had planned. What do you find helpful? Is it just some people don't have a poetic bone in their body?
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What does it mean when a woman stares at you for a long time?Ok here the situation: This cute girl that I like stares at me every time I speak to hear. She doesnt say anything she just stares at me. Sometimes I think its something I said, but even thing I said to her is about work. For Example, I...
by Sp Greaney 4 years ago
Is it rude for someone to try to dictate when their guest should leave?
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