In our home we have 5 spoiled rotten kitties. But the spoiling is different for each cat. Well...each cat DEMANDS a different type of attention.
Our "Alpha" cat is Macy Gray. She is an Oriental Shorthair in Tortie coloring. Macy rules the house. Macy rules the other cats. Macy rules the humans. Case in point: belly rubs (see below photo).
When she first arrived her belly was not a place she wanted touched at all. Then on my BD one year she ate a piece of ribbon. She ended up having surgery to remove the ribbon. She actually gave up on living. She has no tolerance for pain. She was not drinking water so every other day she had subcutaneous fluid pumped under her skin. That seemed very cruel to me but the vet said it was necessary. The vet sent her home to die with us but.....Hubby and I force fed her (water and canned cat food in a syringe) for days on end until she finally rallied around and decided to live.
The scar on her belly is very bumpy. And she now needs it rubbed nightly. Not a gentle tickle rub but a hands on heavy, deep down tissue rub. She will assume the position and complain until the human hand and arm appear to render aid.
And below is my Baby Sugar. Bottlefed....spoiled rotten...but does not demand a thing. All she wants is to "see" her human and maybe simply touch us with her paw. This Baby weighs 22#'s. Baby and Macy grew up together and used to be great pals. I had them Spayed at the same time, same cage. They came home enemies and still are. Baby is the one who changed.