16 September 2014
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Phineas is still very much into doing the hand jive. He will jiggy-jiggy at least once a day & would most probably be happy fitting more sessions in if he could. I had previously posted that he was right-handed/winged/clawed so the majority of his jiggling takes place on my right hand & the left hand is only used in emergencies.
So, Phineas is very much a creature of habit. However, in the last few weeks he has been experimenting! He still favours my right hand but he sometimes attempts to change position.
The normal position is that he rubs his bottom along my ring finger. He clutches onto the bottom of my ring finger with his right foot & his left foot holds onto my index finger. All very good… apart from when his right foot clenches so hard that blood supply is almost stopped to my ring finger….
The new position entails rubbing his bottom along the outside of my little finger. It feels very strange to me so it must have a great novelty factor for Phinny! In this position, his feet flounder a bit as they naturally gravitate to my palm, so their positions can vary. Sometimes, he starts off in the normal position, then moves to the little finger position & if he cannot get purchase quick enough, will revert to the normal position to ‘finish the job’.
However, there have been a few occasions when he has managed to complete the job in the new position. To prove this, I present a photo of evidence, showing his deposit left on my little finger. In the normal position it is left on the side of my ring finger.
Experimental deposit position
BTW, who knew, when I started this blog, that I would be writing about these kind of things! Thanks a bunch, Phineas!