I am getting to know Noah, and he is getting to know me and the perma-cats. The latter acquaintance is slow. I am letting him out of the parlour for an hour each evening, and will be able to expand his freedom during my upcoming holidays. He doesn’t require constant supervision, but I do notice moments that need me to watch him carefully. For instance, he was out yesterday with Tucker and Josie. My Chubs’s warnings kept him at a distance but Tucker was on the couch, and the new boy continually looked up at its arm. I knew he was thinking of jumping up there, which would have been behind Tucker - and suddenly behind him. Any cat-fancier realises what that would mean.
Noah is a loveable, energetic youth. He loves playing. He has all sorts of toys for diversion. When he is in the parlour, he has fuzzy mice and plastic rings off milk jugs, and the Trac-ball that no one else seems to like. When he has the run of the house, he has other toys.
But in the parlour, he has another distraction. I don’t intend for him to play with it, but I am fully aware that he does. I’ve had to put it away when I am not using in; that’s an inconvenience, so he and I are trying to reach an accommodation. Well, I am. What’s the problem, you may wonder? Noah is a cat, of course. And like every cat, he has one natural prey. The problem is that Noah keeps chasing the mouse.
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Pssst, Noah, I've got a tip for you: Try knocking the mouse off the table around 2AM almost every day. It's a fun activity sure to generate lots of attention from your human.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Nicki. Just the sort of advice a new boy needs...Delete
Oh he is a youthful boy, isn't he? MOLReplyDelete
Saku is the mouse chaser here, and he loves to chew through the cord. I've had to replace many mouses/mice. I went to a cordless awhile ago and that just gets batted to the floor so I went back to the cord.ReplyDelete
Good luck with Noah!
Noah! You are adorable! Tell your dear dad that even tho' his mouse isn't particularly nomable, your instincts just can't be helpedReplyDelete
He is a sweet boy! Flynn loved to bat the corded mouse off the desk, but ever since I changed to cordless, he ignores it.ReplyDelete