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Female Join date : 2014-10-10
Location : Bear Delaware

PostSubject: grunting, think i did it right   Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:42 pm

So Bandit was just laying at my feet while I was on the computer doing some work. She had that I'm bored look so I went do to see her. Pet her head and moved closer and she grunted. I just got back up in my chair and ignored her. I'm guess she didn't want to be bothered for whatever reason. Should I just wait till she wants attention to show her attention? Just kind of leave her be until She wants something?
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Female Join date : 2013-12-20

PostSubject: Re: grunting, think i did it right   Thu Jan 08, 2015 1:50 am

nothing unusual in that...Ami sacks out in the laundry room while we watch movies. When I walk by, sometimes he raises his head for a pat, sometimes he doesn't. Sometimes I pat him any way and he gets up, looks annoyed, walks 3 feet away and lays down again..with his ears out sideways in a "don't bother me, kid" kind of look.

Sounds to me like you have great difficulty reading social signals...do you have similar experiences with people? Do you have a significant other? What do you do for work - much social contact there?

What do you and Bandit do for fun/exercise?
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Female Join date : 2014-10-10
Location : Bear Delaware

PostSubject: Re: grunting, think i did it right   Thu Jan 08, 2015 2:09 am

Honestly I can't stand most people. They very annoying. I deal with the general public at work. I tolerate them. No significant other atm, women are crazy.

Walks but lately not really cause it's been wicked cold. She had taken a liking to rc cars. Loves chasing it around the house and its funny to see her slide on the hardwood floor. Been trying to play on the backyard in the snow when it's not super cold
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