He sniffs it but Dougy doesn’t want coffee, so what’s he up to?
Oh the torment!
He’s trying to figure out how to open the pill bottle to get to that silly plastic strip off the kitty dry food bag! (I put it in there for the kitty’s safety. I think they would try to swallow anything they chewed off,)
He is a clever boy.
I’ll believe that when he opens it himself! LOL! (Actually, he does know how to h=get me to open it up for him, so that counts as clever.)
Sounds familiar, we too have a cat who likes to chew inappropriately!
Anything that crinkles when they bite it seems to be the thing…
To catch the smelling good plastic strip asks perseverance and stubbornness! 🙂
It surprises me how much play Dougy gets out of that throw-away part of the kitty food packaging!
I do the same… I had the lid of a can in an old coffee jar today to throw it in the trash bag… within a secon the ole coffee thingy was the must have LOL
LOL! …and we spend lots of money buying expensive toyrs for our furry companions! Milk bottle caps are a big deal here, and the favorite toy is a string that came off a wand toy. They created a game using it where one uses it as a gauntlet to challenge the other to a weild chase through the house. He’ll yowl a kitty insult, loud and vulgar (?), then the other will chase him to the other end of the house. Then, the che=ased one turns around and chases the chaser the other direction to the opposite end of the house. This goes on till they aare tired! I’d like to toss that string, but they clearly still play with it as I’ll find it new places all the time.
Really? I’d be surprised. As my cats get older, they know what is edible and what isn’t. They would probably just bat and carry it around .
I’ve had to pull packaging out of Andy’s mouth when he tried to swallow it. I make an effort to make sure nothing I think they might try to chew that could harm them is put away or secured in the trash.