We want to thank you all for the lovely easter eggs. You should have seen the humans face when she turned on the computer.
We wish we could join in the fun and send some ourselves but the human has to go to work in 10 minutes and by the time she gets home it'll be all over. : (
We hope you all are having a great time purrs and whisker kisses from us in New Zealand. Purrs Sam, Mr D and Raza.
I know we haven't been around much lately. Silly human brought a shop and that's taking all her time. Grrrrrrrr.
BUT ..... I have turned to you guys my furry friends for some advice please.
The humans tells us we will be moving in about 6 months. To us that's a long long time away but the human says it'll be almost like tomorrow the way time fly's.
Anyway the question we ask is.... How do you keep your home smelling fresh and clean when you have to have kitty's locked up in it 24/7.
I hate been locked up and the human is very very worried about the event. The last time I came back from the cattery I had a huge hole in my chest. Hummm... I didn't tell her how I got it... I really don't like been confined.
We own lots and lots of cat trees, cat beds, food out 24/7, a water fountain, a heap of toys and anything else the human can think of to keep us happy.
About the litter box, we are not really used to them at all. We have three, we did have more but the human threw them out. It was so we could rotate the boxes when Balty had to be confined in the garage. MOL even through he always missed the box, we used it for him, hee hee.
BUT at the new place we won't be allowed outside AT ALL : ( we will be locked up with the box, in the house. For at least 6 months if the human can handle it for that long.
How do you furs keep it all clean? how do you keep the house smelling fresh?