Ha-ha! Cats fold better than laundry! They always seem to be able to squeeze themselves in, no matter how small the box.My son loved the pallet idea in your last post. He's the gardener at our house now and is going to use it along one wall probably for planting herbs.
I guess he doesn't mind settling in to a box that has 'chub rolls' written on the side. Very sure of himself, indeed.
My cat Kitty used to fit herself in the smallest boxes and she was so content and purred loudly. I like Pat's comment, haha.Hugs,JB
Talent,pure talent. Proving, once again, that cats are superior beings!The REAL Maple Syrup Mob xxxxx
Its interesting how cats will squash themselves into a too small box that gives every indication of being less than comfortable. Our Charlie-Cat had a box turned upside down in a corner of our living room in Wyoming. Someone had cut a 'door' for him. He clearly felt himself to be invisible whenever he dove into the box regardless of a tail and other bits protruding from the opening.
Haha, so sweet and so typical.... :-)!Cats are so magnificent....Love, Mirjam.
thanks for the smiles... i am wondering to how all that is in that tiny box... love this post
Cats have such a knack of squeezing into the smallest of spaces don't they?Helenxx
So cute! Yes, cats LOVE boxes. We always leave them the box when we acquire an empty one. We leave it out for awhile. Maybe you should put a small pillow in there! We did that once and they loved it!
It's amazing the spaces cats can get themselves into. He looks very happy with his box
Fabulous photos, I love the way the paw is over the side of the box
Cat geometry is...um..."special"!
Ahhh, so cute! Our cat manages to perch herself on top of my sewing machine, whilst I'm actually using it! Thanks for a lovely post x