I Don’t Always Sit on the Cat Tree…

…but when I do…

…I lick my paws.

On the cat tree front, I managed to get the pole mounted and up, and some of the bracket hardware loose on the upper three platforms.  Once I have the other five on the same way, I can start the final positioning of the platforms.  Then tighten it all down and it is done.

I have taken a few pictures on the way.  The cats were avoiding the area while I was pounding into the roof, but after I stopped both Julie and Calla were taking a look at the scene.  They are the climbers so it is good they are taking an interest.  Otherwise I would have to keep tossing them up top and get my money’s worth that way.

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11 Responses to I Don’t Always Sit on the Cat Tree…

  1. MOL, somehow I can’t see either of them taking being tossed up on a tree well!
    Julie is the most interesting cat in the world. 🙂

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  2. That second picture is great with the tongue 🙂 LOL

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  3. Cat trees are very important, especially if there is a dog around. I like to imitate Snoopy’s vulture stance at the top of my tree!

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  4. Lurkertype says:

    He is… The Most Interesting Tabby in the World.

    My tuxie does an excellent Snoopy Vulture. He would approve of this cat tree.

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  5. Hi! Completely off topic, but I know you use WordPress and I don’t so I’m asking if you could give me some advice to pass on to Chrystal? She doesn’t know how to check her spam comments on wordpress and I have a feeling that I’m being sent there on her blog. Any chance you can let her/me know how to check and undo that?
    Thank you!

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    • Oldcat says:

      The WordPress Dashboard has a toolbar on the left side. The seventh entry in the toolbar is labeled ‘Comments’. Click on that. At the top of the page that shows up the comments are broken up into categories (All / Pending / Approved / Spam / Trash). Click on “Spam”

      Now the page shows all the messages identified as Spam by the filter. You can read all of them and see if you want to rescue any. When you put your mouse over one of the messages the options (Not Spam / Delete Permanently). show up. Click on Not Spam for a message you want to rescue from the spam bin.

      If I remember correctly, this message will be in the Pending bin and still won’t show up, so click on Pending at the top and select “Approved” under the message to display it on the post.

      While I don’t mind ‘splaining’, WordPress does have some pretty decent pages on their main site describing a lot of the options if nobody is available.

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      • Thank you so much for the information! I will pass it on to Chrystal. I know she has put in help requests several times before, but I don’t know how long it takes go get answers. Again, thank you! It seems similar to blogger, but not exactly the same.

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