Oliver & Nubia: Scratch Tree congestion…


Oliver: Where do you think you are going Nubsey…

Nubia: Well up on the top of MY scratch tree. 😀 *jumps*


Oliver: Hey! Get off o.o There isn’t enough space for both of us!


Nubia: Yes there is!

Oliver: No there is not… *Gently pushes sister off*


Nubia: Fine! I’ll sleep down here “Mr greedy keeping the best spots for himself” Oliver.

Signed by

His Meowjesty King Oliver the Maker of Mischief



Her Meowjesty Queen Nubzilla the Disturber of Peace

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34 thoughts on “Oliver & Nubia: Scratch Tree congestion…

  1. Even when there are many options available (and I have no doubt you have more than this one cat tree for your cats to “share”…!), there still will be two kitties wanting the same high spot, eh!?

  2. Oh Nubia, that was not nice for the brother to push you off. You just wait and I bet you can get that top spot. You all have a fun Monday. By the way, we love your header.

    1. Love those happy kitties! See just how nicely (so it appears) that they are willing to share territory and toys! Adorable! ~Sheryl

    2. Thank you Marg flad you like the header. :). And what you cant see on the photo is that she headbutted her brother to get hik off. LOL so Oliver actually had a reason to push her (he was sleeping and she snuck up on him) they do get on good most of the time tho! 😀 just sibling “issues” 😉

  3. Yes, it is always interesting to watch cat siblings play or play/fight together. At the Homestead we have at least 3 groups of siblings and it is interesting to watch how the younger sets interact within their groups.
    Anyway, thanks for liking my post. When I clicked on your name and the site name Katzenworld came up of course I am going to check it out and follow by email. I am not on facebook or twitter for now.
    I will be writing more about the cats soon.
    Skritches to all the cats.

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