There was a stretch when the girls both decided they had grown tired of wet food, and were only eating their crunchies. After many of days of throwing out uneaten breakfasts, I stopped serving the wet food for a couple of mornings, and now Charlene and Wylla are back and demanding it just like before.
I serve them both in Wylla's "dining room", and though there's no need anymore for anyone to eat from an elevated dish, I still serve on the table. They actually seem to prefer it this way. If given a choice between a dish on the floor and a dish on the table, they always chose the dish on the table first.
After breakfast, both girls always move to the front window to watch the world. This, too, is a part of their morning routine. We live close to a elementary school, so there are always lots of kids walking by in the morning and several school busses rumbling past. Friday is garbage day, and they find that action to be quite interesting.
The majority of the time, Wylla sits the left in the window, and Charlene is on the right. I"m not sure how it was determined that these were their positions, perhaps there was a committee meeting on the subject, but this is the way it is, and I'm guessing is the way it will always be.
They have their positions on the bed and the cat tower, too. It does seem that Charlene usually sits in "first class" while Wylla rides "coach", which make sense because Charlene truly is the queen of our house. Wylla has gotten a little more assertive now that she feels better and has gotten bigger and occasionally pushes the boundaries, but I think Bean will always rule this roost. I don't think Wylla is making a play for the top position, I think she's just pestering her big sister.
Have your cats established their pecking order? Have you ever seen a power shift?