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Cat Theory I
Cats don't take orders, but they can be tempted to chase. If you tie a feather to the end of a string, and use it properly, YOU can get a cat to perform acrobatics. But isn't it interesting that if you put the feather down in front of the cat, she will turn up her nose?
Cats are always curious, especially about shiny new things such as the ball on a rubber cord, the catnip, the treats, the feather on a string, etc. She can be easily distracted but once she is invested in tiling to catch something, it can become her single-minded focus.
There is a lot to learn from cats. If you push a cat off of you, she jumps back into your lap. If you want to hold her, then she wants you to put her down. If she is feeling nasty she might bite or scratch. She craves attention and she gets jealous of other cats. Sometimes she'll just rub against you and purr with contentment — you can really tell when a cat likes someone.
A cat sees the feather from across the room, but continues about her business. Then the feather slightly moves and her gaze is drawn. When the feather jumps once or twice more, she starts to steadily creep in its direction. Jerk the string at just the right time, and the cat suddenly goes crazy, running circles around the room, flying over furniture to catch that feather.
As PUA proceeds with a pickup, he keeps validation and attention just slightly out of her reach. If he is too easily acquired, then she will quickly grow bored and lose interest. But likewise if he is completely unattainable, then she will also lose interest and give up.
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