See, still here and now you have lots of context for the rest of what I have to say about Oribel today. At that time she was just big enough to climb onto the lower shelf of the dish cupboard and put herself all over the plates and bowls.
Well, now she has grown enough to go directly for the glasses and coffee cups when we neglect to remember to close the door. (There is a chance that if I had put away clean dishes, she never would have fit. Of course, there is also the chance she just would have moved them to the floor to get where she thought she should be.)
I am hoping we can work on follow through of keeping the door closed. She has figured out how to climb from a lower shelf to a higher one when it comes to "her" (read that as "all") bookshelves in the house and I am not real crazy about that look she is giving the next shelf up.
She couldn't seem to figure out why we would have this icky shelf liner on her otherwise comfy spot.
Or why I had issues with Hubband having left the door open in the first place. He was just being helpful to her exploring more of her possession, after all.
I think he mostly thought she was kind of entertaining in there, especially the look she gave us after we reopened the door he closed on her.
Not that she cared if the door was closed with her inside! (I obviously also thought she was entertaining enough to take pictures before removing her.)
A few days later I came into the kitchen to find the cupboard with the dishtowels wide open. Guess who I found in there? That one I am pretty sure she opened on her own as it is floor level and she spends a lot of her time working on getting all of our lower cupboards open. I think she might be having Sadie teach her how to open zippers so they can get into my knitting together.
Don't forget to stop over at Whiskers on Wednesday ; Jessi's cats are today's spotlight. If you wanted to visit her too, she is looking for a bit of advice about her cat.