Originally Posted by Rachael Polachek
Oma looked like she was about to get playful with the little guy and then thought better of it. Why did she smack him... or is that just what she always does? Do you think she secretly likes having him around or not-so-secretly despises the space he occupies? Would Cooper faint from shock if Oma ever treated him kindly?
Those are some great pics, though. How cool that you had the camera ready.
What happens in those situations is Cooper will realize that OmaKitty is looking at him and he'll try to kiss her. She'll smack him and walk away in response.
I don't think she likes him much at all but, in the long run, I think she's slightly indifferent. What she lacks in indifference, she makes up with hatred. And I'm sure if OmaKitty ever did anything nice to him, he would be ecstatic ... he tries to get her to love him every single day of his life. It's actually quite sad... he loves her, she hates him... he just doesn't get it. LOL
When Cooper was a little over 4 months old, I was in the office and left OmaKitty and Coop in the living room together. After about 30 minutes, I heard him scream, followed by complete silence. I ran into the room (because silence isn't right) and found OmaKitty with Cooper hanging from her mouth. She had a VERY firm grip on his jugular and he was passed out cold. Before I could get to her, she took him and started shaking him like crazy, which prompted me to scream bloody murder, she dropped him and ran and I drove him to the ER. Luckily, he was okay with the exception of the vampire marks in his neck.
I never left her alone with him unless he was kenneled until I was positive he was big enough to either defend himself or run away.