- Apr 27, 2015
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Such a lovely cat and V E R Y fortunate to have such wonderful custodians.
When I call June Bug, I sometimes still expect a little clumsy kitten to coming tottering to me....Time has really gone by quickly! Getting June Bug outside is a work in process. She is perhaps not much of a walkies cat, but more of a courtyard cat. Next post is going to be about this topic and what we, and June Bug, have learned.So happy for the update, seems like just yesterday you brought her home. Does she still go on walkies?
When I am working away from home I often pause to wonder what the cats are up to.... and wish I was home playing or napping with them. They are not big on hugs, and I often wish they were........Reading these updates is like looking forward to the next wonderful episode of a good TV series. Besides your beautiful photography, I love the way you write. Thank you for all these. Makes me always want to go home from office and hug my cats, especially Bourbon. Your Lilia reminds me of her.
No cat window perches in Art Motion and Sound... yet .. slowly redoing the scratcher line and designing/testing some perches and shelves.Hi Bengalcatman - You have beautiful cats! June But reminds me of one I lost two years ago at the age of 14. Loved him dearly. I now have three cats -- all rescued from my backyard. A trio consisting of mother, daughter and granddaughter. Very fortunate to have this generation of females in my care. I was reading up on various socializing techniques, toys, etc. and one of the posts I came across mentioned that you designed a window sill to be used as a cat window perch. I tried locating it under your forum but could not find it. Could you please send a photo of it? I have materials around the house (I'm pretty handy) and if it's a simple design, I would like to build it myself. Anyway, hope this note reaches you, and you don't mind sharing your cat perch. Thank you in advance!
No cat window perches in Art Motion and Sound... yet .. slowly redoing the scratcher line and designing/testing some perches and shelves.
The perch we have in our home is a custom design that goes from a loft to the middle of a big window - not sure if this is what was referred to?
I suspect the easiest thing to do is make a larger sill that either replaces the existing sill or goes over to of it. Seems like cats are pretty happy with a 5 1/2 to 6 inch ledge
This one is in our living room and its 5 1/2 inches deep
One thing I learned from designing things for cats, the cat might only weigh 10 or 12 pounds, but they can play REALLY hard. In playing with perch designs I found that most of the time cats carefully jumped up... but once in a while they would zip full speed, leaping up and knocking loose what I thought was very secure!
Not sure if I have been helpful. Hope you can come up with something that works!