Cat hair on floor... and on my shirt... and in my coffee. It's all just a part of my life in Teeny Tiny Tabby Town.
I'm going to save that for anytime I need a purr and one of my boys isn't available.
He may never lose the hiss :-) I rescued my formerly feral boy at 12 weeks old from a parking lot at work. He was a mess - he'd been thrown by the street sweeper and was pretty near starvation. Now, he's a happy, healthy FOURTEEN years old this year. He's one of the sweetest, most loving cats, with a purr you can hear from across the room. He's also very talkative, and he uses that hiss like punctuation or a swear word!
GAH. I really just want to squoosh & love on those babies. I'm sure you're already aware of this but just thought I'd mention it: Some kitties purr when stressed, too. I bet with these poppets it's a little bit of both. They're probably still scared but also probably secretly love the snuggles & are just in denial about it. :D~Chris
snicker.....that is how Junior ended up not being "returned" after the trap and neuter part. I managed to hold him and after a couple days, he purred and I was toast (he was older than the Mayweathers when we trapped him).
"I.Can't.Resist.The.Scritches. (I spelled that wrong on purpose...lol)