ABOUT THE CAT IN THE HANGER: I don’t even want my friend to see this. She’s still hurting terribly because her favorite cat hung herself on a hanger in the closet AND DIED recently. Please warn everybody to securely close all closet doors when they are not around to supervise. The picture’s cute, but, knowing of the terrible tragedy and pain that occurred, I couldn’t enjoy it. Please be careful.
lol… that looks like a place for a purrin’ furry furr-end to hide… :-)
but, having read Wolfin’s comment, we thinks maybe we shouldn’t be grinning… we will stop now.
We are on a quest…
Hi Itchmo (?)
Only 3 more days until “Dona Nobis Pacem” [Grant Us Peace] Day. Up until now, the Catosphere has dominated, but my friend Mimi, founder of the Blogblast for Peace has sent out a plea for many more peace-loving dogs to join and balance things out:
that cat looks like it’s done that a time or two before. That’s a horrible experiece you detailed Wolfin, but shows how we always have to vigilant about our little ones. I will definitely keep this in mind.
Years ago I read over & over about cats strangling themselves on the cords of venetian blinds & how we should cut the loops off the bottom of the cord. When I moved into a place with miniblinds, I thought, no way would my cats bother to open the loop & stick their heads in there–that’s crazy.
One day I came home from work (no this doesn’t end badly) & there was my youngest cat stuck in the miniblind cord loop. Luckily he had managed to get not only his head, but also his front feet through without strangling himself. But he had to spend who knows how long with the thing looped around his chest. Boy did he look pi**ed, like ‘why didn’t you fix this so this couldn’t happen to me’! I cut all the loops right then.