Well, Russell you certainly do look happy. I'll tell the cat-kids around here to give it a try!
You sure do look content, Russell... we can imagine your purring from here.
Haha, Russell, Orange minds must think alike. Except, well, my story didn't have a great ending. See, my claws got stuck, and my mom darn near killed herself to get to me before I either ripped my claw out or ripped the curtain to the ground. Thankfully, no cat, human, or curtain was harmed during this episode.Your friend, Zoe
Well, we have been getting into the trash cans lately.
The only bad thing I really do is leave hairballs in the middle of the floor.
The Human's Stepkitteh Wally ripped a curtain right on down the other day! We're very proud of him. I myself am very well behaved and would not dream of doing such a thing. Heh heh. You look really happy there, Russell-Pretzel!
Oh my goodness! Look at that face! Just adorable!
We agree, we have been acting out all month long. We won't go into detail here. If'n you stop by we'll give you the scoop.
I'll get right on it. What can they do? Suspend me from blogging?
Sounds like a great idea Russell. We will work on it and report back.
You look in very sweet dream~!
Good idea Russell. Will go and do it now.Flynn
We're not sure if we should try it! Derry got yelled at last night for scratching the couch--we've got tons of scratchers and condos around--so we're leery to hang off the curtains right now!
The curtain stretch works the best with sheer curtains. They leave real good runs in the material after you're done stretching and climbing on them.
I like to attack the wire screen down and hang from it with my front claws.