Cats have an irresistible urge to climb inside boxes, especially new boxes. Here is our cat Puck after I unpacked our new Christmas tree.
This is our cat Chris. He is an indoor cat that I sometimes let out for a few minutes while I watch him. Here he has wandered near the pool. According to the rules, animals need to be 50 feet away. You can read about Chris at my other blog, BadCatChris.com.
This is my cat Chris (from BadCatChris.com). He is great at opening doors. This particular door is a challenge because the door is swollen from all the rain we have had this summer and I can barely get it open.
This is another photo Holly. She is very photogenic and is also quite the trouble-maker. She usually makes this blog because of something naughty or crazy that she does. This time she was just sitting there looking cute.
These are our cats, Puck and Chris. The top drawer is missing because Chris climbed into it while it was open and crawled under and then up and over so he was behind the drawer. I removed it so he could get out. That is when Puck joined him.
This is our cat Puck. He is much better behaved than our other cat Chris, but he can be bad at times too.
These are my sister-in-law’s cats being quit in sync with each other.
This was our cat Flash just after we adopted him. He was a very nervous cat and immediately found a crevice to hide in.
I find it interesting that cats always seem to want to lie on top of something. This was our cat Vinny way back in 2003.