Hadn’t thought of it like that Sue!! One thing she does that always catches my neighbour out is she will happily rub against your leg, but it isn’t an invitation to touch her, it’s like her way of having a stroke!! She certainly has improved, when she sits on my knee now I don’t to put down what I was doing and sit in silence without touching her, although the slightest thing still makes her move. Think that’s why she enjoys sleeping on the bed with me, she can be as close or as far as she likes, and she doesn’t have to worry about being touched if she isn’t in the mood. Bless Malt, it’s amazing what can make them realise things. The thing that made the biggest improvement in Lucy was Feliway, I don’t need to check it, you can tell from her reaction it is running low, generally about a week before it runs out. It is helpful to be able to catch them for things like vets – sadly something Lucy has had to get used to this year, although it depends where she is as to what reaction you get from her!!