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I think someone has taken our cat and replaced her with a clone

I think someone has taken our cat and replaced her with a clone, but the clone is not an exact replica. This cat is lot nicer. Many of you have heard me talk about how antisocial our cat is. If she didn't need us for food, she would not interact with us at all. During the last month she has decided that she wants to be a house cat. She is willing to let us pet her as much as we want, there used to be a 15 minute per day petting limit and when your time was up she started kicking your hand like a rabbit. This new cat wants to sit in our laps. She runs in the house any time the door is open.

We are all enjoying this much more affectionate cat; I am just curious why her personality changed so dramatically. Maybe she is maturing.


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