I didn't want to cage Cow because he had not sprayed all night. If I caged him again, I might be sending him a wrong message and he'd be confused, ie. "Why am I being punished for not spraying all night?"
But then again, we humans always underestimate cows, right? I mean, cats. Aren't they always two steps ahead of us, in all ways.
When I came home from work....
Cow was lying on my tshirt, on my table in an "aww..." pose.
You just don't have the heart to shoo him out.
(The human is falling for it...heh heh)
It's like he is saying, "I've missed you while you were away..."
(Meow Out Loud! Just how gullible are these humans!)
The litter-box was untouched but he sprayed on the floor next to the litter-box.
There were a few more spray spots, so I opened the door, and out he went.
The heavyweights cannot do with just two meals a day. Bunny will call till the cows (!) come home.
Cow was quite happy sleeping in the basket in the pantry all afternoon.
Bunny went into the cage instead. Bunny is a VERY kiasu cat. For example, if you call any cat, Bunny will come. He just cannot lose out on anything. He would want to be patted first.
My husband wasn't keen on contractors coming in to do tiling. So we did the next best - paint the room.
Meanwhile, this plastic storage box is a favourite spray object, so I decided to turn it into a little house, and of course, Bunny claimed it first.
We painted the bottom half of all the walls. That's where the urine streaks are.
Good little Raven knew everyone was busy, so she stayed in her basket all afternoon.
Isn't she just so good?
Okay, painting all done. That wasn't so hard.
I bought this.
It's a small and compact little air filter (measuring 10cm by 10cm), supposed to cover an area of 645 sq feet. It uses the plasma technology and there is no need to replace anything. Power consumption is only 8 Watts.
I tested it in the room and later, in the pantry. I don't know if my nose is deceiving me, but I don't smell the paint smell anymore. But then again, please do remember that my nose isn't very reliable....
I've decided we don't need to cage Cow. If he misbehaves, we'd just shoo him out to the pantry and close the door and window so that he cannot come in.
Cow - 1, Human - 0.
I'm happy here. Don't anybody disturb me, please.
Pole very graciously shares her condo with Bunny.
Or rather, does Pole even have a choice?
Luckily no one has tried to wrestle Tab's special place on top of the condo.
Or rather, the wrestlers are too fat to jump up?
I don't know how they broke this cengal table leg. We still have not figured out how to fix it yet.
Humans: The table is broken. It's no use until it's fixed.
Cats: What broken?
Cow does his thing.
The airnet is so compact, you can put it anywhere as long as there is a socket.
Raven has been exceptionally well-behaved today.
Oil treatment. I am amazed at the remarkable healing properties of Johnson's Baby Oil.
Me pweety cat?
Yes, you pweety cat.
Raven LOVES to play. She'd be very happy in her new home because there is a 5 month old kitten there, and all the cats there are friendly.
Didn't have my camera to take this regal shot. Only my Nokia hp. Tsk!
Would have made a great portrait!