The late Dougy (on chair) and Andy used to “argue” over who got to perch on the little red chair. The back door was a perfect place to bird watch the backyard birds that used the trees just outside the back door.
I put the flower pot next to the chair so both kitty boys had a perch. That helped reduce the squabbles. Both kitty boys love, love, loved to bird watch from these perches.
Dougy chattering at the birds outside.
Me watching Andy on my computer monitor, and Dougy watching Andy from the stereo. Andy’s “horns” are up!
I’m glad I have the early videos of the kitty boys because it does give me the option of showing Dougy again.
What a cute multi-level video!
You are very welcome.
It was good to see both kitty boys again Doug. That mouth chatter at the birds is something we see here, too. 🙂
It’s so cute when cats chatter at the birds, they want to attack! 😻
It makes Andy “climb the wall” in his frustration to get the birds. (He actually climbs the screen, another reason I won’t get an apartment deposit back.)
Naughty cat! Maybe you can put Andy on a leash and walk him? Some cats will tolerate this.
Andy would resist, in my opinion. It might be worth a try, though it would be an interesting proposition for me as I use a walker.
I think you could do it, Doug. I use a cane when my lower lumbars blow out. Grateful for the handicapped parking placard. Andy would go crazy happy I think. 😻
He is a scaredy cat when it comes to the great outdoors. Dougy would have loved it, but Andy stops at the door even when it is wide open.
Wow, I guess he won’t be walking outdoors.
My concern would be him getting frightened, getting out of the harness, and there I’d be, physically unable to chase or follow him.
Andy sometimes climbs the screen, doing major damage to the screen…
And screens are not made as robustly as they were many years ago. I ended getting those horizontal sliding window screens from the hardware store, and putting them in the windows as a second barrier to the window screen. I can’t open the windows all the way as I need to pin down the second screen, but so far, it works well enough. 🙂
I had five of them rescreened a few months ago. The cost was less than $12 for the five, which seems pretty reasonable. When the time comes, I’ll have them all done.
Great videos, Doug .
I wonder why the cats doe not jump through the door to go in the backyard to catch their preys ?
Andy sometimes climbs the screen trying to catch a bird!
Normal, a cat is a hunter
berd tv is the best thing ever… sadly dog paws are not good for the windows LOL
Kitty claws are a disaster on screens, too!