In his absence, Sassy has been charged with attending to Chuck Morris.
As you can imagine, this is hardly a burden for her.
Honestly, the cat is quite compliant. And although there are times when I can tell he is "over" being a baby doll, in general, he has proven to be a very good playmate.
When he is agitated, I feel like he tends to take out his frustrations by being obnoxious.
For example blocking Brent's view of the football game.
Or hiding in a closet for so long that we fear some child has released him outside. We were so panicked the other night I was practicing my speech on how I was going to tell Mr. Ben that I managed to lose his new cat.
We found the rascal a few hours later in Chilli's closet.
I caught him on the counter again the other night literally chewing on the handle of the spray bottle I use to shoo him off tables and counters.
But, again, he puts up with a lot.
And I did find him in the playroom the other morning in this predicament.
So, I guess I can't blame him for attempting to escape to higher ground.
Bless his heart.