Does your cat attack you when you raise your voice?
The scenario usually goes like this:
I am sitting on the couch with my female cat Gidget laying next to me. I begin a conversation with someone on the phone or across the room which requires me to have a slightly raised voice [ sometimes I am just sitting and reading].
Next thing I know Gidget gets up talking and runs up to me and starts licking and bitting my hair. It has happened enough times now that I know she is not going to hurt me but to an outsider it does look like she is attacking to scratch my eyes out.
I have my suspicions but was wondering if any one else has any insight into this situation?
The background information:
We adopted Gidget and her brother when they were kittens and added them to our family including a dog and my husband and I.
Gidget tends to be antisocial with company, doesn't like to be picked up, very independent. Her brother is the exact opposite, lovebug etc.
Thanks for reading... Miranda