Welcome to my new home! Let me show you around! First, this is the stack of boxes that mom bought just for us. Me really, but Zimmer is allowed to live here, too, now and I am a generous first cat. (And, no, it does not count that we lived with the Baltimore lady together. I was here first, and now he has to earn his place. ) Anyway, this is one of the many boxes in the stack that mom keeps free for me to rest or play in.
This is my coffee table. It is in good proximity to the box stacks, as you can see. And from here I can make sure mom works diligently at her computer. The crooked table is not as good as her lap (they call it a laptop for a reason!) as it means I can't work at the same time. Beans! Always trying to do things themselves. When will they learn everything is better when I can show you how to do it.
I keep track of all of mom's paperwork for her, too. Mom doesn't call me Madam Secretary for nothing!
And this is my vertical entertainment center. I share it with the boy cat because, as I mentioned before, I am the soul of generosity. From here I have an excellent view of mom's activities.
One of my most important functions is quality control inspector for the new toys mom buys for my entertainment.
Yes, this one looks quite interesting. It should also help keep the flab off of the boy. When I let him play with it.
Beans, as you know, must be trained. I now reward mom for choosing well. Positive reinforcement means she will be more likely to repeat the desired behavior.
Yes, I think I'll keep this one. She excels at the abject devotion to which I am entitled. And I love her, too. (But don't tell her, just yet. I'm not done training her!)
It was nice to see you all again! Mom says we'll see you in June, too!