My daughter tells me Joe is doing well but wants outside badly. He is to stay in for 2 weeks and I am thinking this might be the time to turn him into an indoor-only cat. I'm afraid this fighting will go on and on. There are many things you can do inside that will help a cat adjust to indoor life.
Make Life Inside Fun -- Toys, playtime with you, many windows to look out of. Add cat-trees to their favorite rooms and keep some special toys for only evening play. Put some time aside to play with your cat using the cat-dancer toy. This is great for giving kitty a work-out as in-door only cats tend to put weight on. If you can, add an enclosure to your house so they can be outside on the grass but safely unable to roam.
It is a gorgeous day here today.
Ed wants to show you his new accessory.
Are you enjoying the peaches right now? I can't get enough of them. Do you know what goes good with peaches...Banana Bread Cookies. See recipe in previous post.
Off to see Buddy and get an update on the Siamese. I am really busy again this weekend with NEW CATS to introduce later. I also have bunnies that are on medication. Hope I still have my fingers on Monday. I'm serious...I really do. I'm also caring for houses with NO PETS and watering indoor plants. "Hmmmm...I wonder if they would like a Siamese?".