Deb requested a hand in the photo for size comparison. Woolly is getting big.
Commie doesn’t appreciate it, but Woolly can get through the barricade so it’s gone now. Commie CAN come up and eat Woolly’s food, and Woolly eat Commie’s, so there’s that as a plus. Scary things such as the heater or stranger danger make Woolly run upstairs. We’re trying to keep the kitchen closed off so the most-used outside door has a kitten-lock system.
Emily got Woolly a woolly mammoth (dog) toy. She doesn’t like the squeaker but likes the beast.
The “Cat Alone” series is popular with young felines, but does encourage some tablet biting. The current version of CatAlone2, mix all mode, has a bug wherein a mouse butt stays wiggling its tail on the edge through other critter modes.
Plus a new feather toy, which works well at making her ignore the harness. She’s joined me on the deck hanging up clothes and loves it outside. I want to keep her inside as long as I can, but I think it helps to start harness-training early.