I always find the feline obsession with getting inside small containers fascinating. Do they think they're invisible now? That they have found a secure position and are now safe inside the paper bag or box lid? Have they established alpha-cat bona fides by laying claim to a territory no other cat will be able to share, therefore rendering it "impossible" for another cat to become a rival within the very small space? Or is it just very, very comfortable, when you're a cat, to have your ass surrounded on four sides by paper?Bast only knows.
I dunno...I've got a friend whose cat always gets into the shopping bag or box I used to carry goodies or projects into her house. Which means when I'm ready to leave I have to evict Elvis so I can leave the building!!
Cats and vintage tablecloth.
I'm told you can use woven cat whiskers to repair tablecloths like that. (It was beautiful.):)
There's not much that's smaller than Pippin at the moment. He could about fit in a camera case. :)Cute, very cute, especially Widget, who looks kinda pissed.
Pissed? That's Widget's happy face.
And that's a 8 1/2 X 11 printer paper case box? ;)
The way things work here, is that if there is something on the floor--box, paper, a pile o' magazines, plastic sheeting, a post-it note--a cat must sit on that. And if time allows, both cats must sit on it in turn.
Michelle -- same thing here. Clean laundry is one of the favorite things to sit on...
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