Q: why does my cat take my socks

March 13, 2009 | By Anonymous | 14 answers | Expired: 2013 days ago


he is bored

Readers' Answers (14)

Mar 16, 2009

My cat Snickers does this also, but I think the reason she does it is because she thinks that the roles of socks are her babies. When our younger cat was a kitten snickers would treat him like he was hers. So our cat really wants to be a mom.

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Linda  N.

Mar 14, 2009

Our cat Muffin does this, but also with small towels and washcloths. She'll steal the hand towels etc from the bathroom stand, and sometimes the towel from the kitchen that I hang on the handle of the oven. I remember one morning we got up and there were about 7 washclothes and towels making a trail from the bathroom lol! She loves my daughter's socks too, whether clean or washed. I think she's just playing with whatever she's in the mood to play with that particular moment. Ahhhh....life with cats...

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Mar 13, 2009

One of my cats does this as well. They are rolled up and she likes to play with them.

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