Post 440: perils of curiosity

Poor Dougy! It happened again. When he slipped into my bedroom I don’t know, but that’s where I heard his soft mewings for help when I came home from volunteering at the military museum. Poor kitty!

Yes, poor Dougy spent at least four hours closed in my bedroom! I don’t usually close the door when I am home alone, but, with family visiting these past few weeks, I have closed the door for the sake of hiding some of the worst of my sloppy housekeeping. 🙂

Oh, he didn’t suffer too much (I hope) or cause any problems in my bathroom — erm, bedroom — if I was lucky. I’m a bit afraid to check for sure, but he holds his own for at least that long when he and Andy go for grooming or veterinarian visits requiring he not eat anything after 8 PM till after his appointment. That doesn’t mean he was happy to be closed in.

Dougy wasn't too social after his imprisonment. He ran around the apartment to assure himself he was free again...!

Dougy wasn’t too social after his imprisonment. He ran around the apartment to assure himself he was free again…!

I tried to get a photo showing Dougy was OK, but he’s a bit evasive for the moment. Wait! My sister’s waving a cat toy, and that put him back in a good mood. Dougy is my playtime any time cat!

Dougy before he noticed my sister was offering him some play time!

Dougy before he noticed my sister was offering him some play time!

One of these days, I hope Dougy learns the potential perils of his curiosity!

5 thoughts on “Post 440: perils of curiosity

    • He’s fine now, but he was a bit frightened yesterday! Poor cat, indeed! Yes, both boys have beautiful tails. I like the way the hair always seems to lay in place. My brother, sisters, and I think they’d make great toupees, though we wouldn’t deprive the boys of their tails to make them. Ha! 🙂

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