The Cat Toy Destruction
Saved many cat toys over the years. They received mild abuse, but most never used.
Then Lily joined us 8 months ago and Lucy 6 ½ months.
I dragged them out of boxes stored from our move 6 years ago. Our then 10-year-old Molly only played with a few. No point in having them scattered on the floor when she wasn’t interested.
Tossing them a few mice with no tails. I had pulled off the loose tails, or Lucy had devoured them.
Put them in a shallow container for Lily and Lucy, making it easy to pick out what might intrigue them.
I tossed a few to them, seeing what they might fancy. Providing them with interesting challenges as the table with 5 holes so they could reach in or under to retrieve.
The pink ball I offered to Lucy several times. She sniffed it, but never bothered with it. I tossed it back in the toy box to get it off the floor.
Then the voracious attack
The cats both finished eating.
As we ate dinner Lily begged for a bite, to no avail.
We got up from the dinner table and I looked towards the living room. There was pink everywhere. Lucy had a blast with the ball she once ignored.
The Little Tornado struck again…
Gasped and then laughed. “Lucy. What have you done?”
I don’t know where I got the cat ball from, maybe in a gift bag from a CFA show I entered. After all those years, one cat decided it was worth her attention. Only regret I didn’t get to witness the attack.
You can see by the photos how widespread the scattering of pink. I understood it being torn up and the remnants in one spot, but the huge area of destruction is baffling. Is that like a bird kill with feathers everywhere?
Never a dull moment.
Lucy has destroyed more cat toys compared to all the other cats and kittens combined from the previous 50 years.
My favorite line is “What’s next?”
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