Please be careful, little Gordon! However did you get up there?!? You have already mastered one of the necessary skills of cat-ness.
ooooh...careful Gordon!!!Judging from the posts thus far, you are a very special kitty! Snorgles to you!
He is the MAN! I am in love.
he seems to be implying that my mother was a hamster and my father smelt of elderberries...
CUTE little Monkey!!When do we get to see all 4 of them together?
"Ha-ha! Your puny fences are no barrier to me! I shall sit atop them and taunt you, safe in the knowledge you cannot reach me, puny human...hey! Put me DOWN! I don't need another bath! Let me go! Don't you put me back in the basket with the others! I shall escape again and zzzzzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ..."
I had an itty bitty with the exact same inclination. The way I stopped that was constructing a Rube Goldberg cardboard barrier on the bottom half of the gate...another use for duct tape. It worked long enough to last through the quarantine period.
Ooops...I taped the cardboard to the top of the fence not the bottom. The itty bitty view was still available and the climb limited. That will teach me to post before proofing.
Determined little bugger, isn't he? They are so adorable at that age.
someone is going to be trubbles.he's just so adorable, and has such fabulous balance!
carys ~ you're funny.and you be careful, little gordon. you're too precious to be like humpty dumpty.
Guess that Gordie decided that the grass WAS greener on the other side after all. All those sad faces didn't work on Mom, so he had to go ahead and climb that fence.What an intrepid little explorer..
Precocious little one, isn't he?
Oh fuzzy boy! He has the cat like distain down pat already.
Such a precarious perch! I declare you to be a climbing cat. Your future owners will certainly expect to see you on the ceiling if gravity obeys.
Ooooo....I can't look!
How funny! When our Oliver was an itty bitty kitty, he was corralled in part of the house so our girl Lucy could get used to him in her own time. He let himself out after a day and a half doing this very thing. We didn't fight it.
Oh my, what a brave boy. Perhaps not quite wise yet, but certainly brave :)
Ah, Gordie! What a brave itty bitty!
What is this fence, anyway? I don't think we've seen that before Gordon?
hehehe..Gordon the perched cute cat!!Nothing can stop me!!!
"Hmm... now that I'm up here, how do I get down?"Dashiell was the first one over the barricades (which is why he was also called Dasher), and Spenser loves to perch on my wooden clothes drying rack (which is one reason we call him Circus Boy).
Oh sweetie.....you are gonna be truuuubbblllllle!!Laurie - HIDE the drapes!!!!!!
Now I want to know -- did he get down without help? That would be quite an accomplishment for such a little guy.
These are some seriously adventurous kitties!