Victor has been trying to keep Bonnie away from the blog. We've been really busy and didn't realize what was going on. I thought it was just silliness, but I see he went too far.
Bonnie has been ticked off about Victor since I brought him home Oct 29 (V-Day) and she even went on a hunger strike Thanksgiving weekend. She's been a difficult cat all her life (like, permanent PMS), but has hissed and growled at us almost continuously since V-day. She doesn't like Victor to get anywhere near her and she's not happy with us, either. She orders him out of her spots, then huffs away to sulk, so he stays put and wins without a fight. She demands her treats, then growls or hisses when we try to pet her. Did you ever hear a cat hiss with her mouth full?
So I didn't realize what Victor posted, but Bonnie has been angrier than ever - incoherent, in fact. Like a sick cat, she avoided us when we could have helped. I'm giving Victor a time-out from blogging and requesting a public apology. Bonnie can post once she's calmed down, too. In the meantime, maybe I'll write about the cats who came before them, my tuxedo loves, Bigotes and Scruffy. I didn't realize tabbies would be so temperamental.
On the other hand... or paw... I agree that Bonnie has been grumpy, sassy, devilish, mad, and psycho since Victor came. Of course, she's always been a biter. I think Victor is frustrated because he tries to be really nice and Bonnie refuses to get along. I was convinced for years that we couldn't have a second cat, until Victor adopted me. He insisted he'd been searching for me his whole life (8 months) and he was big enough to escape Bonnie or defend himself if necessary, but he wouldn't hurt her unless absolutely necessary. In this case, the post was mightier than the claw. I hope my fuzzies haven't offended.