He, ain't heavy, he's my brother. When Zippy literally flopped down on the rug, Little Beaver decided to join him. They were tired from a wild run that they had around the house and through the furniture and the tunnel. I guess they are getting along just fine. LB is three months old. now.Last night, Pansy joined Little Beaver on the bunk bed (that's what we call it.). LB's steps are in the foreground of the Little Tykes sandbox that has become an animal bed. The dogs and the cats love it. Instead of a sand box, it is a toy box. It keeps the toys off the floor and is tall enough for Cardis to run under it.
The last picture is Snuffels the cat on top of the hay bales. I was sewing in the upstairs in front of a window that looks out over the driveway and towards the barn. I watched Snuffels go up onto the first bale and the second. Then I hustled ( as best I can ) downstairs grabbed the camera and made it outside to get a picture of him on the top surveying his kingdom. He wasn't there for very long. Can't believe I got the picture.