daikiraikimi wrote:But we just found him hiding under the house. Apparently, cats that get frightened outside will often hunker down and stay in one place, even if they are starving, and do not respond to you when you call them. (Even if they normally would.) I'm just happy he is home safe, I was so worried. T.T
I'm happy for you! Hopefully he'll learn not to play near that window again xD
although cat's total expert in jumping and balancing, getting lost isn't a good experience to have.
Recently a cat that got into our house and climbed up the stairs is now making a base camp on top of our car. Every time I open the door, she's there snoozing and only awake when someone brought her food. (or she think will give her food)
My dad said when he try to drive the car, and started it up, the cat still sitting on top of it. The car move for a bit, and my dad waited for the cat to get off, but she still sitting up there like a boss
He finally need to brought her down by himself, and that night she got cheese spaghetti for dinner. So cute <3
I wish when my family move to a new home we'll take her to our neighborhood.