I used to have babies and toddlers that needed me and were always at my feet. Now they are kids with lives and activities of their own, which has made more room for this guy. He is now the sole proprietor of the Trip Kali Factory. If he can’t trip me, he likes to make his presence known by scratching at the bathroom door, walking on my chest while I sleep, or meowing from under my chair.
All I can say is thanks, Timon, for staying my needy baby for all these years. It’s nice to feel wanted at all hours of the day and night.