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- Sep 20, 2018
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Ours does a four or five foot jump to a basket he likes. He's always so careful jumping anywhere though. Eyeing it out, a back and forth wriggle of his butt, then hop.That poor cat.
Ours regularly does a vertical 6 foot jump to the bathroom window without even disturbing the bathmat.
Mine's the same way. She's afraid of heights. Poor thing was abused and spent two years hiding under beds before I got her so she never got to be a real cat. She's getting better though, maybe I should give her pep talks like that!That is my cat completely, except mine would never make that high of a jump. There needs to be another halfway stop in there.
One of the nice takeaways is that you can get a paper collar to put on what you suspect to be a stray cat. If they actually do have a home their owner can get in touch with you. That way you both will have certainty of what is going on instead of causing the owners emotional distress if you "adopt" them.I used to have a cat that cheated on me all the time, every morning at 5:30 AM, the little bugger would start pounding on me to get up and let him out of the house. He would then make the neighborhood "rounds" where he spent the entire day with various different neighbors cuddling and eating. I had no idea he was doing this until after he passed away and I got several letters from neighbors asking about him. Picasso was the most unique and smartest cat I've ever known.
Anyhow, this is a cool article: Was I wrong to fall for a cheating cat?
Is your cat cheating on you?