My cats enjoy my company. They look for me and expect me to take care of their needs. They cuddle with me and sit on my lap. They know my schedule, they read my body language, know my moods. When we are at the vet they lean in close and know they are safe in my arms.
So here's my question? Why on earth does Martha Stewart have to bite the little face of every kitten she brings into her life in order for that cat to know 'she is the mom/boss'? She literally bites the cat. And what's the cloth for? Do they bleed?
Personally, I think this woman has some 'control' issues. I can hear everyone laughing.
OK...we all know she is the biggest control freak going but for crying out loud, where does it stop?
I read recently that she bites the inside of her dogs mouth when they arrive as puppies so they, too, will know that she is the 'dominant' one. Oh, don't worry Martha, I'm pretty sure they would quickly figure out that they will have to be all that you expect of them quite quickly or they get the boot.
I can appreciate all your domestic and organizational skills, Martha but this just ticks me off. So unnecessary when 'love' and 'proper discipline' is all they need. "Martha, stop biting the babies."