When daily life changes

The only time Olive shows more displeasure is when the suitcase comes out.

Olive cat in suitcase.
Olive blocking me from packing. She has wicked polydactyl claws and is not afraid to use them.

Do your pets feel change in the air? What triggers them?

33 thoughts on “When daily life changes

  1. I’m a creature of habit too, so I understand completely—I dislike being dislodged from my cozy comfort zone. The share-a-bathroom comment reminded me of a day when I attended a workshop where a cat was in residence. The litter box was in the bathroom. During a break, we lined up to use the facilities. The cat very politely got in line and moved along until it was her turn. An encouraging word for Olive: Hang in there honey! This too shall pass!

  2. What a charming glimpse into Olive’s world! It’s fascinating how perceptive cats are to changes in their environment. Olive’s disappearing acts and expressive looks are all too relatable for cat owners. The “Beam me up Scotty” theory adds a delightful touch of humor to the situation. It’s clear that Olive values her routine and personal space. The suitcase reaction is a classic feline protest. Here’s to the quirks and charm of our furry friends! 🐾😺 #CatLife #FurryFriends

  3. I think Olive is such a typical older cat, and such a sweetheart when she gives you “the look”! Cats rule their world in whatever way they can 😉

  4. When we had cats they didn’t seem to hone in on the guest room as much as the kitchen counters. Anything new, object or food, placed on the counter piqued their curiosity. Had potential I guess. However put fresh sheets on the guest bed and they were *yawn* and ignored it.

    • That’s true too. If I bring a new plant into the house or anything onto a counter, Olive wants to check it out. She’s always stayed away from people. A friend’s daughter would take care of Olive when we’d go out of town. The joke was she didn’t believe we had a cat because she never saw her.

  5. She is so beautiful! Yes, our creatures are so smart, aren’t they? Or at least our cats vibe it so well. I hope she comes to enjoy sharing the house with your aunt! Or at least tolerates it reasonably well. 🙂 <3

  6. Cats are highly attuned to their surroundings. Sometimes I feel like in another life I was a cat. If we leave the pug unexpectedly, he might poo in the house, most likely on my exercise mat!

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