My very bad siamese kitten? (belly, older, tuna, kitchen)
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Looks like I am going to have to get out the glue gun again. My little Siamese jumped up on the TV which is on top of a large piece of furniture, the room this TV is in has a cathedral ceiling, so UP above where the TV is a large niche in the wall where I had put some old vases and some new ones, all of an Oriental theme. I thought they were safe as this niche is about 10 feet off the ground.
Henry managed to make the HUGE jump and break one of the vases and knock another one down. Its miraculous that the one that fell to the carpeted ground didn't break into a million pieces.
I look SO forward to when he calms down, in the mean time, I can't help but love him to pieces.
I hope my kitten settles down by christmas!! My decorations will be all over the place.
That reminds me of a cautionary tale.
I had two cats, one male named Basil and one named Nigel, then my Dad had Kittery a Manx mix. Basil HATED Kittery but they found a way to get along, long enough to drag the christmas tree over, they would knock the bulbs off the tree and chase them and play with them until they would hit a wall and break, they found them all over the living and dining room. I was pregnant at the time and having a hard time sleeping. They had it all cleaned up before I woke up but told me of their mischief when I woke up.
This will be Henry's first year with a christmas tree, we went out of town last year. I shudder to think what he might do.
Ahhh what a sweet looking little trouble maker! ;-)
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