Playing Door

25 Nov

Door!When I’m in the room with them, the barricade is sufficient to keep them in the room, as long as nothing too interesting is happening in the hall.  Then they can play Door.  It’s got enough gap at the bottom to fit a paw partway through.  They have yet to discover the hinge-side gap, but this has been good.  They enjoy the mystery of poking at each other when they can’t see each other.

I also have to keep our own cats out.  When Snuggles heard me open a new bag of kibble, she hopped in.  Then everyone stood around stiffly.  Pam gets quite a ridge on her back when she’s scared and trying to look tough.  Snuggles didn’t really want to be with the kittens, and she knew the kibble wasn’t hers, so she left pretty quickly.


Posted by on November 25, 2011 in From Pam and Stu


2 responses to “Playing Door

  1. Connie

    November 26, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    lol. I couldn’t leave the door open for exactly that reason. My crew sits outside the door and starts making noise when I feed foster kittens.. 🙂

  2. Pamela Marvel

    November 28, 2011 at 6:45 am

    These two have sooooo much fun. Looks like they would be very good mousers, given a chance/mouse to chase. Right now I am setting mouse traps in Capay — too bad logistics don’t work out.

    Did they go to any adoption events this weekend? Anything happen? Or are they back at Barbara’s enjoying turkey scraps?


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