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hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 21:02:50

Dear lord angry
I'm posting to vent! Ollie whined last night because he was shut out the bedroom (no other option) so all night I had crying. He ripped part of the carpet too. I got woken up after 2hrs sleep by him howling again. All day he has done NOTHING but whinge at me. I fell asleep on the sofa and he woke me up by crying at top volume and jumping on my head. Thought I would relax and watch some tv but all I have is whinge. Whinge. Whinge

Toddlerteaplease Sun 18-Dec-16 22:13:55

He can come and live with me. grinI had snorting and sneezing cats climbing all over me and sitting on my head. (Snorg has another cold)

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 18-Dec-16 22:15:34

Oh,we just gave up and now Pucinni sleeps at the end of the bed on my pillow hmm

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:22:02

Now he's whining because he's hungry but not for "that" food (that food being the one on his plate. Obviously)

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 18-Dec-16 22:23:42

He's punishing yougrin

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:24:50

I have subtitles on the TV so I can actually follow what's going on
< ignores cat >

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 18-Dec-16 22:26:35

I said "bloody cat" the other night when he day on my head and woke me up and dh said "Shhhh, you'll hurt his feelings!"

He was completely serioushmm

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:27:51

gringrin I have shouted at him today and then felt bad, I just wanted 5 minutes silence
It's like having a whiny toddler trailing after me
He's gone to eat now that he's had a cuddle confused

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 18-Dec-16 22:29:23

He needs to keep up his strength for tonight's yowlingwink

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:30:19

Oh spoke to soon. He's just gone to complain about his food, not to actually eat it

cozietoesie Sun 18-Dec-16 22:31:52

Why did you have to shut him out? (A Siamese who had been shut out for a malfeasance in breach of a rule would - broadly - just sit and brood on their particular sin. Shutting them out for an invalid reason, though, is just asking for it. They'll go on...and on.....and on..... and...... at the sheer injustice of it all. ) And they won't give up!

In future, let him in. Being next to your person is of paramount importance to a bonded cat.

For now, ignore his carry-on. Back to routine is vital. (If you're Topcat that is. grin)

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:34:31

He kept whining to use his tray/eat/drink and I couldn't sleep with the bedroom door open as someone tried to get in the house last night sad
So after I got up three times to let him out the bedroom door I just shut him out (he does sleep in the spare room quite a lot)

DixieWishbone Sun 18-Dec-16 22:35:58

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 18-Dec-16 22:36:08

Maybe he was frightened, poor love?

Sorry, hope you're ok ?!

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:38:36

Definitely not frightened, he ran to the door to glare at them hmmblushgrin
(Thanks Ollie!)
He's just being... Contrary. Wants out, then hurtles back in a minute later screeching. Wants food. Not that food. Wants cuddles. But human isn't allowed to move an inch

00100001 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:41:15

is he normally a whingey cat?

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 22:43:42

Sadly grin he's very bonded and neurotic needy and on meds to help that
Also he likes to be vocal in how much he annoys loves his human

cozietoesie Sun 18-Dec-16 23:10:32

Bring his tray and feeding station into the bedroom. (If only for the duration.)

I'm upset that someone tried to break into your house last night. Have you told Our City's Finest?

hollinhurst84 Sun 18-Dec-16 23:16:06

Yes, they were here within 8 minutes and v reassuring. It was about 3.40am or so, I was still awake and heard noises, Ollie froze then legged it to the door and I saw the door handle moving (it moves a bit even when locked)
I suspect fatty wants out, he keeps going to the window and looking at me but that is not happening!

Toddlerteaplease Mon 19-Dec-16 08:55:26

Maybe he picked up that you were unsettled and that made him unsettled as well.

Weedsnseeds1 Mon 19-Dec-16 09:09:02

Unfortunately it's very common this time of year to have break ins looking to steal Christmas presents. Ollie was probably doing security patrols. Sounds as if your locks are good if they didn't get in, but it is very unnerving

hollinhurst84 Mon 19-Dec-16 09:18:13

Yeah he guards me at night! He did sleep all night through last night with his head on my pillow hmm

LanaorAna1 Mon 19-Dec-16 16:32:53

I had Mr C wedged into my armpit all last night. He's really getting into the duvet, it's up to his neck now, little head poking out, whistly snoring.

Thing is, H if they've decided you're paying attention to them, game over. I can't even read a book in bed anymore.

Anyway, main point - so sorry about your break in. Hope it was too nerve-stimulating - are you feeling OK? At least now they've had a go they won't be coming back, so no further stress.

hollinhurst84 Mon 19-Dec-16 17:24:23

Yeah feeling better smile especially as the police turned up so quick
Ollie is completely silent because I got him some posh grain free dry biscuits as a treat. He's fed wet food + raw so dry food is like McDonald's to him - I can hear him chirruping and crunching grin

Weedsnseeds1 Mon 19-Dec-16 17:32:29

But he'll never eat the wet again.....What have you done????shock

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