So, this is the most primo nap spot in the whole house, and we all want it.
One of us gets up, that's it, it rotates to the next.
Sometimes sharing IS permissable, especially if it's chilly enough.
Or you are sleepy enough and just don't feel like moving.
Now, here is today's Cat Law lesson:
When mom has washed the duvet cover, it is ESSENTIAL that at least one cat help her put the bedding back together. She simply cannot do it alone. Extra bonus points if you plunk your bottom right on the white down comforter, too. Always draws raves from the mom.
Or maybe that should be, raving... dunno... whatev.
It really is a nice box, sturdy, well designed, but definitely watch the assembly video to help you!
Unfortunately, as much as Mom really wanted us to like this, we just didn't. I, Tobers, am a watcher, not really a doer, and Leia takes awhile to warm up to new stuff. She just never did with this one.
Mom has had several interactions with the company, and she is really impressed by their drive to improve their product and their heart for cats. They have launched a Kickstarter to fund a new version.
We wish them the very best with their products and will keep watch on their future offerings. We all know how we felines are, one day we are like MEH, and the next, it's the best thing ever. Or the other way around. Never can tell.
*** the box was free for review. Also, when we were sent our box, they also sent one to our local animal shelter. Eight paws up guys!
Well, I am. The cats went to the vet today to be boarded because it got too hot. BUT as we now have power - Praise God! - they get to sleep at home tonight.
Five days without power. Narrowly avoided the fate of Panama City, Marianna and Mexico Beach. I am beyond tired. The entire experience wasn't horrible, but the bad parts were very, very bad. Without power and a way to really communicate with the outside world, I felt very disconnected, as though I'd lost me. I really wanted my life back.
By the way, those lists they print before a big bad event is coming - what to get - GET IT.
Get more than you think you would need. Some day will be the one where you really do need it.
I missed my blogging friends. I'm glad to be back.
PS: Toby saw MONSTERS! He can't wait to meow all the details later this week.
Michael is due to make landfall this afternoon. Currently it's expected to be a Cat. 4 when it does come ashore. Even at this point, there are still a lot of variables that will affect exactly what happens in my area.
All kinds of words are being tossed around: monstrous, historic, etc. etc. They said much the same of Irma last year about this time. I've done all I can and now there is just the waiting, waiting, waiting. I'm very much like my cats - I like my routine, and would much rather be going to work tomorrow instead of doing this waiting.
Since I have done all I can, I'm starting to wear out on the news reports. It's increasing my anxiety without giving me any more options or resources. It's in God's hands now.
As you can see, we are relaxing on this Monday, but mom is a bit tense. Apparently there is a hurricane brewing, Michael. Coming straight for us here at Tallahassee.
Or maybe it will land at Pensacola or Panama City. If so, that's the best case for us, but then it sucks to be them. It's very hard to wish a storm goes elsewhere, because we don't want to see anyone get hurt. But we really really don't want it here.
Anyway, we may be missing for a few days starting Wednesday, and if so, the power outage will be why. Please keep your paws crossed for anyone caught in the path.