"I've been dancing with Buster for 2 years now.

At first he was very particular about electrical interference and he wouldn't jump about with me if we were too close to any electrical appliance that was turned on.

Once, I turned the refrigerator off while we danced in the kitchen and forgot to turn it on again. Everything in the freezer defrosted and mum was real mad and wouldn't let me dance with Buster again for ages. Maybe Buster planned it because he got a whole lot of defrosted meat to eat. I usually dance on my knees so that I'm at the same level as my cat and our energies are properly aligned.

As soon as Buster hears the rustle of my costume he starts rubbing against me and we usually rub faces for about five minutes before we start. Sometimes when I'm on my knees he jumps right over me."

Monica Gross, San Francisco

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