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Mary's meow.

Post by littlekitty on Sun Jan 01, 2012 1:42 pm

Bit worried about Mary. All the years I've had her I haven't hardly heard her mioaw. Early this morning she miowed 3 times and chirruped, I looked to see what was wrong but she was lying down, possibly sleeping, in the hallway. She is now lying on a cushion in the lounge and she has done it again but with her head up. This is strange for her as she is normally quiet, she only had a few mouthfuls of food this morning and very subdued. I am going to keep an eye on her today and see if she repeats this behaviour. I couldn't bear anything to be wrong with her.
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Post by Ian B on Sun Jan 01, 2012 8:38 pm

Hope she's ok Lynn, it's always worrying when they do something out of character.

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Re: Mary's meow.

Post by littlekitty on Mon Jan 02, 2012 2:25 pm

She seems ok today, minus the mioaw. She had a bit of cold beef yesterday, which she enjoyed, although she doesn't normally eat it. She has eaten her brekkie today and had a good scratch around the bed so she must be feeling better. Maybe because we had a busy christmas + another dog here, may have put her out abit.
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Post by Ian B on Mon Jan 02, 2012 9:05 pm

She might just have had an *off day* Lynn, we do so it's likely pets do as well.

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Post by littlekitty on Tue Jan 03, 2012 12:37 pm

I think Buddy has been bullying her as she ws playing by her self when Buddy tried to bite her, he's been hissing at her as well so may be that's the problem.
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Post by Teddy on Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:03 pm

Could well be Buddy is bullying her Lynn, for some reason Moto has been at Sophie over the pass few days, he always bullied her outside but now he's started inside too. Really hope this is something that doesn't last, it's irritating to us and stressful to her.

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