There could be many reasons why she is doing this. One could be she is in heat. If she is fixed then that is not the case. She might also want to show you something up there (perhaps a baby of hers). Other reasons could be that she has gone up there and hurt herself so she doesn't want to come down. Try looking into the spot to see if there is something there. If she is fixed and there is nothing there, you might want to speak with a vet to see if they have any ideas.
I'm trying to find the answer for when a kitten is meowing and purring a lot while getting all in my face and rubbing and licking my face. Like she sniffs me and gets super close, I don't know what she wants when she does this. She just walks all over my body meowing at me and rubbing her body all over me and stuff, what could it mean from a kitten? She also grabs my hand and starts licking/nibbling my fingernail/tip.
Our cat will not lay on our laps anymore. She doesn’t sleep in bed with my son anymore and hisses and growls a lot, especially when we have company. She barely lets us pet her. She’s healthy, we take her to the vet for her shots, etc., but our once-living cat wants to be non-existent, and it is making us sad. What is our cat trying to tell us?
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