[QUOTE=talkofthetown;8265758]1. The back of the sofa. Or my memory foam pillow.
Toss an equally soft, squishy blanket over the sofa. Wash the pillow cases often:( (I wouldn’t mid if he just slept there, but he grooms himself on it:no: )
We leave dresser drawers open for the young one to snuggle in, or use as a ladder-rung so she can get to the top.[/QUOTE]
Similarly, my big 17#- Hat Cat (sleeps on my head) needs a mesa of pillows. So when we’re getting ready for bed, I have to built him a taller platform of pillows behind the one I’ll put my head on. Otherwise, I’ll get my neck all compressed by a heavy cat. He likes it…. near to me, but higher up.
You can’t have enough clean pillow cases for a Hat Cat. But there are rules against grooming sound effects in bed at night. No way will that happen on the pillow right by my head. Come to think of it, Kitteh hasn’t done that in a long time. I think he’s trained.
My mom told me to keep some moving boxes so that visiting foster kittens would have a jungle gym.
Do you Cat Furniture experts import new boxes from time to time? That seems like a good idea.