Jinx). Sometimes it’s a medical problem, which is why a vet visit is always a good idea when the behaviour starts. Sometimes it’s as simple as changing the size or quantity of litterboxes. And sometimes it’s because the cat just likes to do it!
Eli, on top of the canned-food cupboard in the Double-Wide, but he has little fear of exploring, and can be found in a variety of hideouts.
Jobie, who was brought to us labelled as a ragdoll cat, but who had very different ideas about what that might mean, Ollie is very happy to receive human attention. He’s a typical cat – when he wants to be petted, he wants it Right Now, if you please! If he’s perched up on the cupboard it’s because he’s in his “I want to be alone” mode – but not in any sort of nasty sense; he just wants quiet time.
Blog by Brigid Coult
Photos by Phaedra Hardman, Jennine Kariya, Debbie Wolanski, Michele Wright