We've had our male cat since he was super little (his mom and litter mates were all run over ) so I dropper fed him and would let him snuggle in my neck. Now he's huge but insists on making a nest in my hair, every night. He is so happy, he slobbers and when I try to push him away he makes the strangest meow that it actually freaks me out.
Love the life you live
Live the life you love ~ Bob Marley
Roxy is a "hugger", she stands in my lap and puts her paws on each side of my neck and places her head over my nose and mouth...scratch that, she's a "compulsive hugger", she tries to give hugs constantly. Its the sweetest thing in the universe, but it gets annoying at times.
Another thing she does is groans when her mental clock tells her its time to eat or its time when nature calls. She will be relentless even if you're in the middle of doing something else before she is taken care of.
She tries to jump off and onto things that are way too high for her to handle. She could hurt herself and she's old, so I don't like when she does that.
...and her biggest downfall is "people food", no matter how well I've trained her and worked with her over the years, she can't resist begging for it or trying to get close to it.
She's still the best dog I've ever met in my entire life and I've met some pretty awesome ones....