Friday, April 1, 2011

activity study

After months of intense study and evaluation, each cat's favorite behaviors were carefully noted. The results are displayed in the following charts.

As can be seen from the charts, each cat has a dominate favorite activity. Only Rose and Nahum share a dominate favorite activity, which causes tension between them. Willow is the most balanced cat we currently have, as she enjoys many activities and if she didn't have to take the steroid for her asthma, she would probably be even more balanced.

Further study will be needed to better adjust for seasonal effects on the data (e.g. moth hunting season, yardtime, etc.)


  1. I cracked up at the moth hunting "skew", we have that too!

  2. The mom cracked up at the first one, "calculated sans lettuce...." :-D

    These were great!

    -Fuzzy Tales

  3. Hi Cat Guy
    I was really moved to read your post about Fluffer-Nutter. When my husband and I moved to Greece last year we brought along our two cats (from Scandinavia) not fully realizing how different our lives would be (for all four of us). We knew the cat situation here was bad, but hadn't really given it enough thought in terms of not being able to turn down hungry and sick Greek cats (especially kittens). It's been very time consuming and quite a logistical piece of work to get things to work all round, because it's clear that our cats (not used to colony cats) do not like it one bit. They need their very own special time more than ever, but paired with looking after all the other cats/kittens it has literally become a full time job. I can truly appreciate your predicament - one doesn't want to lessen the quality of the cats that were there in the first place.


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