To let the Rudy! Rudy! Rudy! the Roomba do his job properly, I stack the coffee table on the sofa and put the cats’ tent on top of the coffee table. Sentinel chose this new location as his landing space to wait out the cleaning cycle. He doesn’t love the Roomba.
In the middle of an otherwise uneventful June night, I was slumbering away when suddenly, there was a terrible crash. It was the cat perch falling to the ground, taking with it a surprised Sentinel.
I ordered a new cat perch the next morning, but then my grammar class started and I had no time to install it when it arrived. However, the work for my grammar class is now finished, and the cat perch has been installed.
I’m quite happy with the quality of this cat perch, bought from the Vertical Cat. It cost double the price of the cheap thing I bought from a big box pet store, but I think the quality is probably quadruple.
And now, pictures of me bribing the cats to explore their new perch. Without being coaxed by treats, they are not so into the perch. I think they remember the other one falling, but hopefully this one will be accepted eventually.
It’s a sunny summer day, but both cats are only interested in their heated pads. And keeping an eye on me.
Sentinel looked up and ruined the photo I had planned, which was of him with his head stretched out over the book looking very much like a long worm. But this is cute too.
The catio was up most of the day today and I had the door wide open. It was just that nice outside. Windy though. Most of the leaves I hadn’t cleared from the back porch ended up in my bedroom. If you squint, you can see the flowering quince doing its flowering thing in the background.