I’ve shown you photos of Naomi’s cat Tigerwoods before. Tigerwoods has had to adjust to being an indoor cat after years of doing his own thing in Oatlands.
We felt it was important to keep him inside here both for his own safety and that of the local wildlife. Tigerwoods has been involved in many fights with other cats in Oatlands where there is a feral cat population. He had to go to the vet on more than one occasion in the past. We didn’t really want him tangling with possums or potoroos and as we live close to the Rocky Cape National Park we didn’t want him killing native wildlife or birds either.
So Tigerwoods has taken to making his own entertainment. He plays with toys , he harasses the other pets and he likes “helping” Naomi with whatever she happens to be doing.
Yesterday, she was unpacking her bottle collection and naturally there was a lot of newspaper protecting the glass. Naomi folded it up to be recycled later but Tigerwoods had other ideas. He decided to build a hidey hole with it.
He was in no hurry to get out of there so Naomi called me and I got the camera.