Oliver's mostly an inside kitty now. I bring him in around 10pm and he stays in until I carry him out at 6am so he can have breakfast with his family. He hangs out with them and patrols (marks) the property borders. After a few hours, he shows up at the upstairs window, making his desire known.
Can I come back in now?
He's back inside from around 9am to around 8pm. I still haven't tried to introduce him to the inside cats yet, I still want to do that, but am afraid of the possibly nasty fights. One day, I'll get the courage to try formal introductions. It would be lovely for him to be integrated into the general population. Oh, but then there's still that pesky spraying issue...
we wonder if there isn't a way to rig it so he can go in and out but keep everyone else in (once you resolve the introductions). mom says she has seen some pet doors that have collars with tags that only open when exposed to those tags....something to think about.ReplyDelete
He sure does kniw how to tell you what he wants!ReplyDelete
Pesky problem is right. My boy Ping does it on occasion. Too occasionally if you ask me! Oliver is nearly all in door now that's super!ReplyDelete
It's a challenge. Who ever said cats are 'easy'.. 'Look after themselves'... Wishing you luck and purrs. Lovely to pop by and visit you again. Love Helen, Darcy and brother Bingley xxxReplyDelete
A kitty who knows what he wants when he wants it.ReplyDelete
Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses ♥♥♥
Well, you can't blame him really. He is smart. I hope it works out. Bless his heart...and yours.ReplyDelete