Wooly’s eyes pop when something he doesn’t notice before suddenly moves around him. After the 3 days he accidentally spent outdoors, he’s been a very easily-spooked little guy.
We don’t pick him up and reward the reaction, instead we touch the challenging object. Then he waltzes up and slaps it. " Once slapped, always conquored," is how Wooly sees it. He’s very brave because he faces what scares him.
Rescued: Probably once a day; from stuff he get into, LOL. Seriously, he’s a rescue from a yard sale, then he got lost outdoors till we rented a live trap from the SPCA and caught him in it. Then we had to rescue him from the trap- he was freaked out, and he’d been bumping his face into the bars on the top and sides so much his little fuzzy face was swollen. He galloped through the house 3 times before he realized he was home, indoors, with his humans and his cat partners. So the Wool’s had it tough for an emotional little guy.