Ah, I misread it then, I thought she bit you while you were preparing the food. If it was after then yeah that was different. Did she break the skin or was it just a little harder than her normal "love bites"? My hangry Cat will occasionally act like that after eating too, but with her it's really hard to tell what's causing it since she is easily overstimulated and has redirected aggression issues.She’s extremely affectionate and talkative while I prepare the food, rubbing on me, purring, and meowing. She’ll also lick my legs or whatever she can reach. Both bites have occurred within thirty minutes after she finished eating. I’m not sure if she wants more or she’s so excited and worked up over eating. She’s extremely food motivated.
After she bit me last night and I yelled, she hid under a chair then isolated herself in her bed for about 3-4 hours before coming up to me and purring. I’m not totally convinced it was a peace offering as much as a more polite request for additional food.
Saving money is definitely something I’m interested in. She’s starting to eat better than I do!
Pets eating better than people isn't all that uncommon, I mean I spend almost $200 a month on food for my 4 Cats and less than half that on my own food.