Yes, now that we’re a 6 cat family, I’ve gone and bought a humungus cat tree. I know. I am probably now spoken about as the local crazy cat lady.
Luckily we have a conservatory, complete with cat flap, so we don’t actually have to share our living space with it. Although, it’s rather handsome in my opinion, so I wouldn’t be too upset but I suspect I would be swiftly voted down if I suggested any such thing.
Cats being cats, you will notice that it is void of life.
Ungrateful baggage number 1 in her usual spot.
Ungrateful sod number 2 busily cramming his bulk into a tiny cat bed and ignoring the luxury accommodation just installed.
The other two fully growns are not even in evidence.
However, it was much appreciated by the kittens when Mr. T. was putting it together in the lounge. I have recently taken to bringing them upstairs for
terrifying socialisation sessions with the big cats and the dogs. They can’t really manage to get into it on their own but, with a helping hand, they enjoyed being way above the dogs’ questing noses and, after batting the hanging toys around for at least an hour, had a little nap in the igloo shaped bed.
Yuki was quite taken with the feathered pom pom and, at times, unknowingly, wore it as a hat.
She’s looking a bit more like a kitten and less like a gremlin x guinea pig now isn’t she?
Anyway, I’m off to put yet another online order in with Zooplus (the pet food supplier I use and very good they are too) as I seem to keep running out of cat food.
I wouldn’t mind, but I’m really a ‘dog person’.