If you are sitting on your parent's lap, and they need to get something, or use the bathroom, do they hold out for as long as possible or ask you to move right away?
Ruby's Answer: They shuffle around a bit trying to get me to move until they can't take it anymore and move me
We rarely sit on their lap, BOL!!ReplyDelete
sure... google said it needs 9 hours till you have to think about amputation of a bodypart when the blood circulation is interrupted... we sit only for max. 8 hours there, so no danger...ReplyDelete
If I am sitting quietly on Gail's lap and not trying to nibble her nose, then she is reluctant to move as this is a relatively rare event...ReplyDelete
I never ever NO never moved my first kitty Milky-Way he was a devoted Lap Cat...ReplyDelete
Now diva Madi...wad not a lap cat, she was I will let you sit beside me and only touch me when I give you permission CAT!!! But I loved that about her she was full of gumption and sass!
Hahahaha, this is a very good question! We are too big to sit on Mom's lap, but when she had a cat, it happened all the time!ReplyDelete
Rosie and Redford
Yep...Our pawrents do the same!!ReplyDelete
My mom waits till she can't stand another second then she starts moving slightly to jar me awake and make me want to leave.ReplyDelete
Ours hold it as long as they can!ReplyDelete
We are too big to be lapdogs, but we are pretty good at being footwarmers. We have the peeps so well-trained that they would never dream of disturbing us when we are so comfortably positioned:). But the magic word "cookie" works wonders.ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber