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28 August 2003 @ 07:56 am
sound of cursing  
THAT DAMN CAT.

After a traumatic weekend wherein Leonard didn't come home after busting out in the middle of the night and I had to put up posters, he was a grounded kitty. I carefully didn't open any window more than an inch and a half, because no screen can hold him, and managed to keep him in for two nights. But last night he *pulled the upper window down*.

The annoying thing is I heard the thump and came running in, but I thought he had just bumped the lower window shut.

I don't think there's anyway to keep him in, not in an unairconditioned apartment.
 
 
 
Monicarani23 on August 28th, 2003 08:19 am (UTC)
Would you consider caging him?
Alix (Tersa)tersa on August 28th, 2003 08:44 am (UTC)
If she cages him, I'm going to move farther away. The yowls I'm sure that cat would produce might flatten several city blocks in their intensity/volume.

:)
Lauratavella on August 28th, 2003 08:56 am (UTC)
There's been some pretty unhappy howling the last couple of nights, yeah.

Caging him would tilt my safety/quality of life equation the wrong way; I don't actually mind
Lauratavella on August 28th, 2003 08:57 am (UTC)
Argh, kitten on keyboard.

I don't actually mind him going out, as long as he comes back in at night. I'm hoping that when the other cats are removed from the equation he'll be less freaked.
DNAmotleypolitico on August 28th, 2003 09:47 am (UTC)

While I hesitate to suggest such a thing, if a cat wears a collar, some manner of rope may be attached to said collar...

It's not nearly so bad as caging, though the yowl factor may be similar.
Cyllanlilisonna on August 28th, 2003 09:55 am (UTC)
Hmm. I would say that a rope would be worse than a cage from a safety point of view and from an effectiveness viewpoint. If the cat is wearing a collar, it should be a break-away collage and thus wouldn't work for restraining in the first place. And if not, you have to worry about the cat getting tangled and tripped by the rope.

Still, high yowling factor either way.