When cats take things paw on

Ollie powder puffs his
displeasure at Charlie.
Sometimes cat communication
is as simple a paw pow!

Caturday Voodle: The Paw Confrontation

innocent looking cat

If you’ve been following our series Scratching Post Secrets Revealed, perhaps you will remember our debut episode about Ollie’s scratching post sticky note he left for Charlie. He wasn’t happy about Charlie supposedly stealing his treats. Well, this week we interrupt our Caturday Doodle series and follow up with a quick Voodle about Ollie’s expression of displeasure at Charlie’s pilfering ways. Ollie felt his sticky note message fell on deaf ears so he decided to confront the issue, paw on.

Watch the 10-second Voodle below to see an annoyed Ollie leaving Charlie more than just a sticky note. Oh well, I guess it’s called #catworldproblems

 

Do you think Charlie is guilty? Very hard to say, with a face like this

innocent looking cat

In the meantime, Ollie is adamant that Charlie is a pilferer.

Ollie the cat is claiming Charlie is stealing his treats

If your kitties are giving each other more paw pows than kitty licks, check out 7 Tips to turn your bully cat into a team player.

Remember to keep scratching those sticky notes on your scratching posts and tell us what it is in the comments for a chance to feature in our Caturday Doodle Scratching Post Secrets Revealed series. We love hearing your kitty gripes, warnings, positive or negative affirmations, and general #catworldproblems.

 

 

 

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We are ten cheeky chirpy felines sharing our space with two humans who adore us. We love to share tips on helping cats live enriched lives with their people and other fun cat stuff.

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