Sunday, June 08, 2014

Mouse's Corner: Our Weekend Project




(Mouse made sure to put toys on the tree so the cats would have something to play with.  She added a few of the cat toys and a few of her own she wanted to share.)


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30 comments:

  1. Too cute! I bet she had lots of fun helping and your cats will love it :)

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    1. Samantha - Mouse had a a great time. She loves helping her dad with projects like this. :-)

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  2. Ours isn't quite so fancy, but Bryce Eleanor still uses it...sometimes with the cats. I find her toys in the cubby as often as the Triad's balls and mice!

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    1. Jenclair - Mouse likes to use the "shelves" for her books. :-) The cats are still not sure what to think of it, but they are slowly starting to use it.

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  3. How sweet! She looks so serious about helping to build the tree.

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    1. Kathy - She takes her work very seriously. LOL

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  4. Oh look, Mouse built a cat tower all by herself!

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  5. What great pictures! I love how focused she is on getting everything put together! How sweet she wanted to share her toys too. I hope the cat gets as much enjoyment out of it!

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    1. Katherine - Mouse wasn't too happy with me when she caught me removing some of her bigger toys off the cat tree. I explained to her that the cats needed room to jump, and she seemed to accept that. :-)

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  6. That looks so awesome! I love it when kids get so involved in fun house projects!

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    1. Athira - We're trying to take advantage of her help while she's still interested in doing these kinds of projects with us. :-)

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  7. Awesome! She's growing up so fast.

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    1. Carrie - She is! I need to measure her height again. I'm pretty sure she's grown again.

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  8. She's so cute! Thanks for sharing the pics with us! :)

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  9. What fun! We are currently cat-less, but we are planning to get a cat this fall. I would love to have a cat tree like that!

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    1. Melinda - Cat trees tend to be very expensive and so I kept my eye out for a really good sale. I hear they are easy to make from scratch, but I have never tried it.

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  10. Oh that's fun! I've always looked at the store ones and thought they're not complex enough (or maybe I've just had cats who get bored quickly). Yours looks pretty great :)

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    1. Charlie - This is one I found in a store. I don't imagine my cats will play on it much, but rather use it as a napping spot. :-)

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  11. She is totally focused on the task at hand! Way to go, Mouse!

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    1. Ti - It turned out to be a good project for her. She's at the age where she loves helping. :-)

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  12. That's really great! I bet Mouse had a wonderful time doing that with you. I'm sure my daughters would love to build something like that for our kitties.

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    1. A.M.B. - It was a fun project for us--but was over too short. I'm trying to talk my husband into refinishing my grandmother's old magazine holder and having Mouse help him. She'd probably enjoy doing that--and I would get something out of it in the end too!

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    1. Stacy - The cats are finally starting to accept it as their own and use it. Whew!

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