It's been building up over the days, actually. He started terrorising Rosie, then Daffodil and with Vincent, it's been ongoing all these months.
Today, he turned on Ginger and Timmy.
The only one spared from his bullying seems to be Heidi.
So at dinner time, I put his bowl into one of Timmy's cages and...
You eat in this nice cage, Mr Zurik, sir.
He didn't suspect a thing so he did not put up any resistance.
Aren't I lucky?
Shortly after I put Mr Zurik in the cage, Rosie came back to eat with the rest.
She'd been hiding all afternoon since I came back from work.
This is NOT a correctional facility.
Timmy will be let out after everyone has finished eating.
Rosie walks away after dinner...to the porch.
At least she need not be afraid or be chased by the mobster now.
She can groom herself and relax after dinner.
Now, our Mr Zurik realises he has been tricked.
Timmy polishing up left-overs.
I would think this is better than your headquarters in the drain, isn't it, Mr Zurik.
So, please do not complain.
You even have the fan on.
This is Rosie's usual chilling out place.
She has every right to BE here.
She is our first PatioCat and she brought her family in.
I need a nap. That mobster won't be disturbing anyone for now.
Meanwhile, the Russian mobster is juggling with the two latches in the cage (I can hear him). I'll let him go...later - by order of the Department of Corrections.
The Department of Corrections welcomes suggestions on rehabilitation programmes...please!