Andy returns after the encounter with Dougy shooed him out of the new box. First, he checks to make certain Dougy is elsewhere doing his “kitty things”. Good! No Dougy in sight!
It’s been fun but Andy’s had enough of it for today…
…so he heads back to the top of the stacked carriers. That’s where he wants to be anyway.
Remember how Andy vowed to make sure Dougy got his in post 2015: Dougy gets his, part 1? Dougy never showed up to discover he just got his, courtesy of brother Andrew~! You can be sure, though, he will sniff evidence of Andy’s revenge the next time he hops in the new box!
Patented Andy look!
It’s funny how cats “fight” over boxes that are really too small for either of them.
Isn’t it?! I guess they need to be that way in the wild for survival, but it’s just plain brattiness for domestic cats. Ha!
Would be fun to see what would happen if there were two identical boxes. Either they’d still squabble, or each would claim his own, and there’d be peace.
Anne, I know from experience that they would both want the same box in that situation! After sorting it out, they realize they both can have a box, which returns peace in the valley!
The dual for that…um….pizza box. mol May the best whisker win.
Well, Shoko, the new’s worn off and they find it easier to share now,
This box must be a preferred shape and depth for optimal kitty napping. 🙂
It definitely met some inborn kitty standard for acceptability!
Those boxes, cats love them.
It is fun watching the kitty boys make themselves at home in every box, no matter the size, that shows up.
clever boy, he picked the box from a hearting pad… that would be mine too, it is uncomfy outside ;O)))
I’m not sure what the attraction is for this particular box over others, yet it has been a major issue between the kitty boys this week…. I note, though, the newness is wearing off and there are fewer squabbles over it.