You're getting a look that says, "Why isn't my pink Airwalk shoebox bigger?"
Yes! I actually prefer when he attempts this sort of thing rather than bounding around my sewing room causing things to crash, etc. He's the kind of cat that doesn't walk when he can leap. The other two cats...a bit more subtle!
My kitty also likes to squeeze herself into a small box. She looks uncomfortable but ends up sleeping in it for hours!
Cats...so loveable! Would not miss the experience of observing their curiosity for the world!
Oh that's so cute. And the box matches his pink ears. My cat also likes to cram herself into whatever box is available.
I used to have a fat white cat named Penny (with green eyes) with a short tail. She was with me for about 19 years. She too loved to squeeze into small places - must be a cat thing ;-)Sometimes when my Middi cries and cries and I can't figure out what she wants (other than out) I pick her up and hold her tight - then she starts to purr and after a while, seems to be feeling better. There's something about being squeezed or held tightly that's comforting, I suppose!
Doris, we too know the feeling of being held closely for comfort! My 2 yr old cat doesn't care for it though. He is suspicious... like "when is she going to let me go?" "or is she going to take me outside now?" "Have I been bad?"Unfortunately, my younger black, 1 yr old cat, was found dead by the side of our road this week with minimal injuries. I buried him yesterday in the corner flowerbed and planted a fuchsia bougainvillea there for a memorial. I'm sad that he did not have a longer life. He was very Precious, with such a sweet personality.
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