Andy left the room for a bit. I thought he’d decided to leave the lined blocks alone.
But no! He came back to…
…exam this change in his territory.
He climbed onto the end table. Amazingly, he stepped around the blocks, not knocking them down!
Then he turned to get off the end table…chain reaction!
I can tell Andy’s not amused.
Maybe he didn’t like the noise
That’s a pretty good guess, I think.
Andy is notoriously unamused when his dignity is concerned.
But Andy, sometimes Dad likes to b e amused too !
For sure! Hee! Hee!
Great job Andy!
Accident or not, it was a success! I hope he gets to enjoy knocking them over for both our fun and amusement!
Oh I’m sure he will! Most likely when you’re not looking!! 😹
Yes, that’s how it happens!
Yes- Andy probably wants to purrfect his skills first so he can dazzle you with his talent!
I hope so!
Oh I’m sure of it! We cat’s love to entertain our Can Openers-(we just don’t let them know it)!
Happy Memorial Day!😺
The same to you. As a veteran of the US Army, it is a solemn holiday to me, and I observe it in ways that honor the memory of those who died in America’s endless wars. It originated in the Civil War days.
My human never saw her father- but she does know he was in the military. She doesn’t know why, but this holiday has special meaning to her. Thank you for serving! You’re the backbone of our country!
I was fortunate in that I served all my time in Germany as a motion picture photographer.
Soon Andy may find he can knock them off the table!
I hope so!
Andy was bound to get them. We’ll see what he does next time he finds them lined up! 🙂
I’m counting on him seeing the amusement value of these blocks….
S cute, try putting them on the floor for him. 😻
I have to find a surface flat enough. The carpet in the kitchen-dining area may be workable.(Horrors! Who carpets areas where food is prepared or eaten???)
Nobody I hope, my house has carpet in the master bedroom closet, that’s it. Much better.
The tenant before me had carpet put in these two areas, and I cuss her every time I have a spill. At some point, the carpet will require a serious steam cleaning, thanks to her. A vinyl surface (like the other end of this duplex) would easily clean up with a wet paper towel.
Can your management remove the carpet?
I know that the original covering of vinyl is there because I saw it when a new stove was put in – the stove hadn’t been moved when the carpet was put in, a sloppy, half “a” way of doing the job! Any way, the adhesive used to tack it down would be a time-consuming (i.e. expensive!) job to do. The altrernative would be to rip out the whole mess down to the original surface (wood?) surface. Frankly, when I die or and put in a care center, that would be the time to do something about that stupid carpet.
Very cute. I’ll be curious to see what Andy does next with them.