I'd like to hear your thoughts on this. It's not a problem, but we're wondering what to make of it. Jamie's food and cat milk bowls are under a kitchen chair, which nobody sits on, unless we have company. We have four plantation teak chairs, which are actually supposed to be garden chairs, and normally use two of them. They're wide, comfortable, and virtually pet-proof. Jamie climbs all over them, and often sleeps on the cushions. For the past week, he's been doing something weird. I'll fill his bowls, and put them under the one chair. He's always approached them from under the table or from the opposite direction. For the past week, he's been hanging upside down, bat-like, from the back of that chair, to check out the food before deciding to eat it. Literally hanging upside down. Maybe he's just found a new way to keep himself amused, but isn't it a bit strange? The chair is slatted, and he puts his back feet between slats on the back, and just hangs. Do you think he's just discovered that he can do this? My husband is now accusing me of "training" the cat to be eccentric. I don't know why it bothers him so much, but it does look rather crazy.
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3/6/05 at 12:03pm