Since the cleaning of the cat-trees, there has been a bit of a re-ordering of where the cats like to lie. The animal most affected by this change has been Cammie, who has widened her field of locations. The location most affected has been the top of the tallest cat-tree, which has widened its field of cats.
While Josie seems not to aspire to such heights, Tucker is the beast who enjoys the lofty position the most now. This may be due to his continuing wariness of Parker, as this gives the roly poly the advantage of height.
Not to be put off, my foster-cat has also visited the highest platform in the apartment. His preference, though, is for lower spots, and he can often be found asleep on the track-ball toy.
And then there is Renn, who seems to be able to make himself comfortable anywhere. In the cylinder-house cat-tree, on the bed, the couch, an armchair or at the top of the sitting room’s taller post, he is undemanding and easy-going.
Such re-arrangements of accommodations occur from time to time. Usually, they happen for no particular reason that I can discern. I think I am lucky in this case at least to know the cause.