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Do all kittens and cats roll over when you approach them?

Asked by Aster (18980points) March 13th, 2011

There’s a new Friskies commercial with the most adorable, long-haired little white kitten. This lady walks up to her and she flips over
to get her tummy rubbed. I wanted that kitten !! Is this what they do when approached?

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Seelix's avatar

Only if it’s someone they trust, and if they want lovin’. Wary cats might run away when approached, or sink low to the ground with their ears back.

thorninmud's avatar

I’ve had some that would do that, but it was totally a trap. Succumb to the temptation to wuzzle that soft belly fur and you’d find your hand instantly ensnared in the shred-0-matic.

laineybug's avatar

Sometimes cats roll over to show that they’re defeated and they give up in a fight. But some kitties do roll over to get their tummy rubbed too. It just depends on the situation.

MyNewtBoobs's avatar

Mine do quite often.

Dutchess_III's avatar

It’s training. @thorninmud I have one like that too!!

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