I've been picking Mocha up regularly to get him used to it and tolerate it better as he absolutely freaks out every time I do it. He's gotten to the point where I can hold him in my arms and walk around the room without squirming much, but setting him back down is an entirely different story. My problem is that no matter how good of a grip I have on him when he's in my arms, the moment I move to lower myself and set him back on the ground he would go nuts kicking and scrambling to get out of my arms. Most times I am able to kneel or bend down far enough that he doesn't have far to leap, but I'm worried that he might try to jump off when he's up too high or accidentally hurt himself in his haste to get back to the safety of the ground. I've had this dilemma for a while now and was wondering if anyone here who are more experienced with buns may have suggestions. Are there more dignified, safer ways of setting your bun down after holding them in your arms? Thank you in advance!