Actually, I really don\'t think this is aggression at all, but I\'ll let you decide.
I recently adopted a beautiful, black, two-year old cat through Petsmart. He seemed so lonely there, and since I have a soft spot for black cats, my heart went out to him. When I got to pet him, he was very \"lovey\". He would roll over on his belly just like my Mew Mew does. But just when I went to pet his belly, he bit me. Okay, I understood this. Normally cats don\'t like their bellies rubbed, so I backed off.
He came home with worms, so we were told by the vet to keep him seperated from our other cat until all of the meds were administered. He\'s in my room, and I give him as much attention as I can while I\'m in there, but I have no TV in there, and the internet doesn\'t work in that room, so I only stay in there for long periods while I\'m sleeping. He purrs as soon as I come into the room and loves to use his front paws to touch my face and chest. He\'s a very loving cat, I\'m telling you. He head-butts and licks my face. The only problem is, as soon as I start to walk, he\'ll bite my feet. He\'ll bite my arms - he\'s even bitten my shoulder and forehead, all while purring, and then continue to roll around and look cute. I like to think I know enough about cats, but this truly stumps me.
Is it because I don\'t give him the attention he\'s craving? When he\'s out and about in the house with plenty of room to roam around, will he break this habit? Or is it something else I don\'t know?