Today’s guest post comes from Desiree you can visit her and her fur-friends whom you can visit here.
If Dillinger is my most neurotic cat, Snowbelle my most high maintenance, and Cookie my most bad ass, then Peter is by far my most interesting cat.
We got Peter and Dillinger at a no kill shelter. Upon bringing them home, Dillinger hid for three days while Peter went and sprawled out in our family room.
Next, Peter went and approached our Australian Shepherds without any hesitation. In the days and weeks that followed one thing was clear. Peter thought he was a dog. He slept between the dogs, he sat and begged for leftovers with them and when I said “outside” to the dogs, he tried to go outside with them. Unfortunately, he was successful at times and twice he jumped out of a window with the screen in it. Yes the screen was still in the window and lets just say the screen took the worst beating. After a 20 minute struggle to get him in a cat carrier for a vet appointment, he violently threw himself repeatedly against the sides of the carrier making the carrier roll down the driveway with me in hot pursuit.
Then there is the explicit poses. If there was jail time for indecent exposure, Peter would be serving consecutive life sentences. See pictures below.
Oh and don’t get me started on the snoring which took me three days to figure out. What cat snores? What is a catdog owner to do? I started looking into harnesses and realized there was no way his big, fat head and neck would fit in a cat harness, nor much to my surprise the small dog harness.
Finally I found a medium dog harness. It is green and has skull and crossbones on it. Now Peter gets to go for walks too, in the safety of our backyard but that seems ok with him because you know, he is a dog.
Any other catdog owners out there? Or am I the only owner of a cat that sleeps upside down, snores and goes for walks?
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