|Yes, I finally caved and got the kitties a cat tree. Partly because they have been leading deprived lives without one, and partly to distract them from the wee Christmas tree I put up in the living room (cat tree is in the kitchen). That last part worked pretty well. They are beyond thrilled - Wilbur and Louie, that is. Skootch won't have anything to do with it. I think he's afraid of getting beat up by the other two hooligans. I will fill you in later on my life recently - all good - so more updates soon. I promise I won't wait another two months. Skootch, by the way, is fine.|
oh the boys must be so excited and happy! I am so happy for them.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear Skootch is doing well.
Woo Hoo! Glad to hear all are well Hooligans, indeed...ReplyDelete
We anxiously await pics of the cat tree antics. So excited for you kittehz!ReplyDelete
Cat trees are the best! Can't wait to hear more. We see you around on other blogs, so we know you are ok (which is a GOOD thing!)ReplyDelete
It's good to see you posting again. Looking forward to hearing more! And good for you on the tree! We love ours to bits.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year :)ReplyDelete
Pawsome you guys are well & got a fabulous presents :)
Miss you guys
((( hug )))
There's nothing like a good cat tree! Maybe if you put some catnip on it, Skootch would like it better.ReplyDelete
Cool! How good to see you back!ReplyDelete
So glad Scootch is well and the boys are having a good time with their new cat tree and leaving the Christmas tree alone. We have the ornaments wired onto the tree and they still end up in kitty paws!ReplyDelete
It sounds like win win! Perhaps Skootch will come round! It takes me years to get used to some things and I never really liked the cat tree *looks meaningfully at Staff* but I did try it, just to be nice :) x0xReplyDelete
Well Done! Cat trees are terribly important, you know!ReplyDelete
Well a good cat tree trumps a Christmas tree ANY day of the week!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, friends!
Katie & Waffles
When we assembled ours, we didnt realize how tall it was going to be.ReplyDelete
We call it the "cat tower"...it certainly empowers them :/
Love your illustrations!