|Beds are the best!|
But, like I said, he is also incredibly intelligent. I mean, he has figured out how to open the door!
At night I put him in his "bedroom" where his food, water, bed, litter box and some toys are, and shut the door. Just because I want to keep him out of trouble while I try to get some sleep. Anyway, when he was still smaller, he quickly figured out that all he had to do was jump up, grab the handle and that door would open.
I still remember the first time he did it. There was a loud noise, and then all of a sudden I hear this little kitty squeak.
"Mew," he said as he sauntered into the bedroom.
"Leo! Did you let yourself out???" I was aghast. Surely not...
I put him back in there. A few minutes later, here he comes.
That is some serious cognitive thinking!
So, lately Little Leo has been a fan of the bed. He loves to snooze on there during the day, and he also thinks it is a prime playing spot.
"I'm going to be a pawsitively ferocious Tiger Cat when I grow up!"
Sure you are, buddy.
Anyway, we even have a new game that involves the bed and the railing:
We will also play through the railing. I will toss the toy up to him while he has an arm through a hole in the railing, and he'll snatch the toy!
It's actually a lot of fun for both of us. He is a really good catcher! He has quick reflexes and jumps up, nice and tall, and catches the toy right out of the air. He could be an outfielder! Catching that ball, getting the out and winning the game!
::fake crowd cheers::
He'll never go for that.
He'd rather be playing "tiger in the grass."
— E & L