Unlike the Cheshire Cat, when Wylla disappears, her tail is the last thing to go...
Such a high place! Does she cry until you help her get down? I can imagine she leaves a tasteful dusting of tortie fur on everything in there!
We wait for her to come out. She doesn't stay long. Charlene likes to nap up there, but Wylla just needs to investigate. Inquiring minds want to know, you know!
How does Charlene get down without hurting her worn-out legs?
Her legs aren't worn out, she has compressed vertebrae. If she does go up there, and that's rare now, we just wait for her to come out from behind the curtain, then scoop her up and bring her down. Same thing goes for Wylla, but Wylla doesn't nap up there, she just explores a little, then is ready for a lift down.
Ta-da! Such a talented kit-kit.
I find her to be creative, inventive, brilliant and astonishingly beautiful. Just sayin'.
Love it!! Great way to start the week, thank you
Did you ever read Rohinton Mistry's "A Fine Balance" where the child vanishes at the top of a pole in a magic act?