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    ....is my cat licking the black painted metal bed post?
     
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    Too many possibilities ... need more info. :razz:

    Oh damn, got a really bad joke in my head suddenly.
     
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    What "more info"?

    Ratt. 18 years old. Licking metal bedpost.

    That's it. Just sitting there licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking, and licking.

    And licking.
     
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    your cat and my cat should get together!

    I want to know why my cat bites anyone who comes near her but my son pulls her tale and she walks away without a word. Or why she feels the need to sleep on my face in the morning?
    My dog does lick the refridgerator, the outside! And the wood molding in my house!
     
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    If it's a hot day, it might be helping Ratt cool off. Maybe something good tasting got splashed on it. Maybe someone touched it and the cat's getting the salt off ... :razz: See? Too many possibilities! Best bet, grab a camcorder and tape it.
     
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    It's similar to the question I always asked about 7 years ago. I had this cat that could not restrain itself from SUCKING my blanket/comforter. By the way the blanket was clean and UNSTAINED in any way.
     
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    The cat thinks you used lead paint and is trying to commit suicide?
     
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    That's easy. Early separation from it's mother. Every cat I've ever gotten too young has done that. Something about that blanket reminds it of its mother...
     
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    No, no, and no. And there's just something wrong with taping a cat licking a bed post...
     
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    I guess that answers it then. He was a kitten at the time.
     

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