We set up the studio so the cats have a little more run time when they are in the studio.
*okay, truth be told they get under our feet sometimes
and this gives them a whole lotta space*
They can “explore the floor”
*that is what we call it when we tell them they can go “out”*
run around and chase each other in one door and out the other…
the hallway is their bowling alley.
But Hari-Gibbs-Fred went a little further…
He scurried between my legs into the “stable” here the carousel horses live.
OOPS! Caught in the Act!
“What is this room?”
Up onto one of the treatment tables next to Terri, the American Beauty Rose horse.
He was amazed and delighted with the carousel horses!
His eyes lit up, his tail perked and waggled…
He spent the next half-hour walking around making bread into the floor!
Now our biggest problem is they want back into the room…
They sit at the door and wail to go in!
We’ve created monsters!
*but we think everyone should have cats at work*
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What a fun place your shop area must be for the cats. I wold love to take MiMi to work with me. She’s adventurous and would love to explore.
Work would be a better place for them.
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Oh my gosh–let a cat do something one time and they think they own it! I caught on with my little ones pretty quickly. This made me smile!
He totally thinks that is his room now. They are never allowed wothout us in there — not that they can harm a horse — but today they were yammering on about wanting to go into the horse room.
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