Maincat Monday: Not the Tail Please

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Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Well, the gates are down and the doors are open.  That not only means that Brother Simon and Sister Seal can go out and about, it also means that the rest of us can go into the big bedroom and bathroom once again.

I hopped up on the black bench to look out into the backyard like I used to do on a regular basis.  Apparently my tail looked too much like a wand toy to Brother Simon because he kept trying to grab it.  I had to remind him that the wand toy wasn’t and that it was attached to me.  Yes, I was polite, as you can tell, I just gave him the look.

Anyways, Brother Simon has been out and has been in the living room, kitchen and dining room, so he’s had quite the tour since the gates are down.  Sister Seal is a little more reserved but she has been out and about.  Needless to say, going gateless has kept us all fairly busy.  In case you were wondering, everything is going quite well with the newbies and there hasn’t been any major problems at all.

Speaking of Brother Simon, he did see something he really wasn’t expecting, maybe I’ll ask him to tell you about it tomorrow.  Have a fun week everyone!

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39 thoughts on “Maincat Monday: Not the Tail Please

  1. Marg

    Good job Brian, teaching Simon that tails are not toys. He will figure it out. That is so great that everything is going so well. Have a great day.

  2. mommakatandherbearcat

    You two are cute. And we’re glad you’re working out your … umm … differences 🙂
    I’m pretty sure the two of you will be playing in no time and all the girls will roll their eyes (or join in!!!).
    Don’t forget about Seal, Simon … she needs you too!

  3. Kitties Blue

    We would think that floofy tail of Simon’s would be getting some attention. That looks like the best wand toy ever. We are happy to hear that things are going well. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy

  4. Madi

    MOLMOL for sure your tail is not a wand toy. We can hardly wait to hear what Simon Says tomorrow.
    (we crack ourselves up).
    Hugs madi your bfff

  5. Elliot and Cricket

    You are a great brother Brian. It’s nice you don’t get annoyed with the little ones. Elliot says, we big brothers have a lot to put up with!
    Elliot and Cricket x

  6. Colehaus Cats

    Good for you, Brian, giving him THE look. You might need to be a little patient with your new brother. He’ll catch on soon and we hope you’ll teach him about watching Bird TV from your bench.

  7. Cathy Keisha

    Not that I don’t love the rest of you guys, but I love seeing the new sibs and reading their adventures. Maybe Simon wasn’t sure it was a tail since he’s used to seeing bushy tails like his own.

  8. Jan K

    We like that your new brother has already learned what “the look” means! We’re so happy things are going smoothly with the integration!

  9. The OP Pack

    Brian, you just tell Brother Simon that his tail is a pretty big target so he had best behave or there will be payback:)

    Glad to hear you are gateless and hope all continues to go well.

    Woos – Lightning and Misty

  10. Tamago

    You are very polite, Brian. If someone tries to grab someone’s tail, it usually leads to whapping war here. Glad things are going so well 🙂

  11. Deziz World

    Dat’s pawsum mews Brian. What is it with these youngsters and our tails? Me has to check Raena still ’bout dat. Me’s sure she’ll be by tomorrow to see Simon. Big hugs to all.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  12. KB

    Your human was so careful and gradual in introducing Simon and Seal. It sounds as if that patience really paid off. I’m happy for all of you!

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