Natural scratch blog
Cats are a lot like kids—they need to be instructed on what constitutes appropriate behavior and what doesn't. Treats are a great way to reinforce actions you approve, including clawing Natural Scratch or another post, pad, or plank. Confining them in a safe room...
Sunflower aka Curly and Pinky likes to pick up things and trot off with them triumphantly. In my decades around cats, I've never seen this behavior before. The arrow points to a thin paper cover for a small container of food. There's nothing on it, but Sunflower likes...
Birds landing on the feeder have become used to cats watching through the glass.
Books. Cats. Life is good.
Many artists have pictured cats or written about them. Attached is unmistakably Picassso.
Also known as Curly and Pinky, Sunflower likes to be close. Here she is on the far side of my monitor.
Sisters Venus left and Sunflower have been together all their lives and seem to like crossing their tails during meals.
Bob Dylan likes cats and dogs evidently which makes sense. The guitar he's playing is Martin's highest-level six-string, the D45.
Our cat Sunflower is a talker and also has the most expressive tail of any cat I've lived with. It curls enough that we expect one day we'll see it in a knot. This is her sitting on the edge of my desk.
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