Monday, December 13, 2010

A new favorite perch

When Chloe started having accidents, she didn't limit her activities to the area by the litter boxes. She also peed on the rug. It's been rolled up and leaned against a wall for over a month now, until we can get the salvage company out to pick it up. We need to be home to get that done.

When we are gone, the cats get bored. And when cats get bored, even super heavy rugs aren't immune from their attention. So they knock the rug over. I really don't know how they do it, the rug weighs a lot and I can't move it alone. But they manage to do it just fine; this is the second time they've knocked it over.

Right now it's on the floor and the boys have decided it makes a great place to loll about or take a snooze. If one of them isn't on my lap, then he's on that rug.

9 comments:

Jeanne said...

They have killed the rug and most lie on it to enjoy their dominance!

Jeanne said...

"must"

kittiesx3 said...

I fear them, don't you?

Kent J said...

They do look very pleased with themselves.

Jeanne said...

I do fear them.
Also the bird.
("The bird is cruel")

kittiesx3 said...

It's just a Jayhawk, not a cruel bird. And I had to Google that quote to understand what you were referring to.

Jeanne said...

Have you ever read that story? You would really like it, I think. (If you googled it and got the right thing, it should have come up a Heinlein story entitled "The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag.")

kittiesx3 said...

That is the result I got when I Googled it. I didn't much care for the normal run of the mill Heinlein but the synopsis did sound interesting.

Jeanne said...

It's his creepiest and in some ways most uncharacteristic story.