|Excuse me young lady, just what do you think you are doing up there?|
Our youngest kitty, Stella, is extremely rambunctious, not to mention, very nosy. So these days she is having a ball getting to know her new home. She has been busy exploring every nook and cranny of it. And I mean every nook and cranny. She even managed to crawl in behind the kitchen drawers through the cabinet under the sink. I didn't know she was in there until I closed her in and heard her meowing to be let out.
She loves to check out the drawers and cabinets. Hop into a closet to see what is in there. Climb on everything to see what is going on. And she follows everyone to see what they are doing.
|Strings are fun, no matter what they are attached to.|
You would think all this activity would tucker the poor girl out, but no way. She continues her exploration throughout the night. Trying to paw her way back into my closet at midnight or climb through the mini blinds to look out the window at 3:00 am . Chasing some small rattling object along the floor. Then trying to dig her way in when she loses something down the heat vent.
Her latest favorite thing to do is diving into the throw rugs and wadding them into a ball. As soon as you straighten them she runs and does it all over again. Not even a backpack or a pair of shorts is immune from attack.
You think you need a little privacy in the bathroom? Well Stella is adept at opening the bathroom door. That was one of the first things she figured out how to do. And if she doesn't feel like opening the door she'll reach underneath it and swipe at your feet.
|Then sometimes you have to act all sweet and cute |
so they forget all the havoc you've been wreaking.
It's all a game to her and she is having a great time! I just hope we survive it. I could use a good night's sleep. J