what have we here?
What a curious cat indeed, did he find what he was looking for, is that a chicken I spy on the right? We play treasure hunt games with our little dogs sometimes, hiding tiny bits of food at ground level or just above; it’s their favourite game of all time 😉
He never seems to find what he is looking for on this little missions he goes on. He LOVES to pull open cabinet doors and go in and check things out. Doesn’t like the closed doors, always want so see what is in there. Up until recently he has never really gone for people food. I used to joke that I could leave a steak on the counter and it would still be there hours later. He has always loved ham (and olives). Now, what ever meat I am cooking, he finds his way to the kitchen and wants some, so of course, he gets some. I have learned that too much is not good (throws up) so little bits works. Your game with your dogs sounds great. Great for them to exercise those sniffers and instincts. What fun they must have.
Reckon there is – and the one about cats’ having nine lives… 🙂
Yes – 9 lives. Although Kivuli has gone through his first 9 lives and is well into his second set of 9 lives. Long Live the Wild Man!
Too cute, our dog does the same thing.
Animals are very entertaining!
This is so funny….we have one cat who has actually gotten her head almost in there with the rest of her body out!
That is funny Nancy. I love the things they come up with. Always something entertaining.
Looks exactly like my fridge, and cabinets, and pantry, and bathroom cabinets, and broom closet…
Hi Susy, thanks for stopping by! I am sure Kivuli would like to look in your cabinets and pantry too. He is always interested in what is behind closet doors.
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