Sorry, hit the Buckeyes girl classy sassy and a bit smart assy shirt wrong response area. So sorry… You mean you accidentally stepped on a cat’s paw? Either way, of course it’s painful for your cat, and she screamed! These things happen once in a while,. Fortunately, very rarely, because most pets know when to move quickly out of the way if we don’t notice. My cat KNOWs when I reach for the key or get dressed quickly, that I’m ready to go out. She immediately jumped on the bed or somewhere out of the way for me.
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I just accidentally stepped on my cat’s paws once, and once on her tail, for 8 years together! Wow, I was feeling bad, tho she wasn’t seriously injured. She gave me a LOOK, soulful & wide-eyed, as if to determine if that was the Buckeyes girl classy sassy and a bit smart assy shirt purpose. Of course, I stopped what I was doing IMMEDIATELY, and talked to her softly, apologizing as best I could. When I spoke down next to her, I cuddled & stroked her, still apologizing in the most loving tone I could. She understood. Her PURRS assured me that I was forgiven.
Try giving your cat EXTRA attention & love, maybe she has a Buckeyes girl classy sassy and a bit smart assy shirt favorite gift. By now, if you have determined that her foot is not injured, you can reach up to your foot, to show that this is where she may be injured. DO apologize in any way that you normally communicate with your cat. Either way, it’s a painful experience for your kitten, and it will be helpful to assure her of your interest and affection for her. My impression is that cats respond to sounds and intonation more than their names.
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I have two cats, Dushka and Tigger. Both were adopted from a Buckeyes girl classy sassy and a bit smart assy shirt shelter and both had different names, Ava and Wyatt. These names were given to them by people working in shelters and I doubt they ever answered them, considering how many cats there were. Each animal is kept in a barn but given a play time when they are allowed to interact with other cats and exercise / play in small groups of three or four (perhaps to avoid fighting).