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    #1

    sentences about feline behaiour

    Hello all users!

    It is known that cats, when pampered and cuddled for too long, get overheated and quickly get away from their owners. After that, they are usually angry with their owners for treating them like that and hiss at them as a sign of indignation. This kind of behaviour is also characteristic of our cat.

    I would like to express this thought by saying:

    Our cat Robin gets impatient for us to stop stroking and caressing its fur every time we do that do him.
    or should I say
    Our cat Robin waits impatiently for us to stop stroking and caressing its fur whenever we treat him like that.

    What is your opinion?

    Thank you.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 22-Apr-2017 at 21:12. Reason: Removed unnecessary line breaks

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    Re: sentences about feline behaiour

    Perhaps:

    Our cat Robin squirms out of our grasp and runs off when he's had enough of people rubbing and petting him.

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