About a week ago, Mom started to get really protective of Chani. This all started when one evening, 9 was playing with a giant plastic bag and got stuck under one of the handles and ran all over the family room, living room and dining room creating a huge ruckus. Chani was upstairs at the time and did not see what the giant noise was. And so, Chani was terribly freaked out and refused to come downstairs for about a day and a half. After this, Mom became very caring and nurturing to her little female grandcat, trying to win Chani over. She's succeeded a bit, but Chani's still being picky about who she will deign to give her notice.
What does this have to do with today's blog post? Well, 9 has always been a bit of an attention hog, stealing Chani's toys and lately, kicking her off of her tower. After such actions, he will then sleep on the top of his newly conquered territory..
Mom had enough of that. After a few days of telling me that we needed two towers (yes, TWO towers), one for each cat, she and my dad finally bought Chani her own tower...
Queen Chani atop her new tower.
Now, what do you think 9 has done? Yes, he has decided that this tower must also be his and will try to knock Chani off of it.
But, Chani defends her tower with a little help from the humans in the house.
9 likes to go into the little cubby hole too. He barely fits. It's kind of funny to watch him squeeze his behind into such a small opening. Then, hilarity ensues as paws go thwap thwap thwap, waving about at each other.
Laser eyes... notice 9's ruby red lasers and Chani's yellow white lasers.
Anyhow, Chani is happily enjoying her new throne. Personally, I think the green matches her coloring better the solid tan tower.
Wow, Chani! That's great! You hang on to your tower!!!ReplyDelete
Chani, that was ginormously cool of your Grandma! We think you could consider taking a treat out of her hand now.ReplyDelete
That is a great tower, Chani. It looks very comfy there.ReplyDelete
That a girl, Chani! Defend your tower!ReplyDelete
Hang on to your tower little one.. I agree it suits you.. A couple of years ago I did the same with a plastic carrier bag It is very scary for mums and kitties.ReplyDelete
Hugs GJ xx
Yay for terrific grandmamas!! And yay for Chani asserting herself! Just be firm about your boundaries, young lady!ReplyDelete
Grandparents spoiling the grandkids!!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Oh this is too funny! Love how Grandma came to the rescue :) My Poppy would like to give Chani a bit of advice on how to deal with *rolls eyes* boys! She thinks a few well-placed whacks on the head will do the trick...if that fails, she recommends sitting on him ;) In our house, the boys have learned their lesson quickly and they wouldn't DARE pester Poppy! Good luck, Chani sweetheart!ReplyDelete
4 cats + 2 cat towers = not enough cat towers!ReplyDelete