Tuesday, August 7, 2012

The Ambrose Method!

In my Sunday post, I had many queries about how Ambrose gets onto the top of a door. Well, in the kitchen he has access via the mesh and mosquito gauze on the outside door. He clambers up and pulls himself on the door as above.
 When he wants to get down, he just leaps onto the counter top behind the inner kitchen door. 

As I said before, Clever Cats! 

I hope you're all having a wonderful week so far. 


  1. Ha, so now we know his tricks. I used to have a cat who climbed my curtains and sat on the rail. Strangely enough she never pulled threads on the curtains thank goodness. Have a good week, Diane

  2. He's young and athletic and full of energy now. I'm sure Ginger can tell him it doesn't last forever, so enjoy it now, Ambrose!
    —Auntie Kay and Lindy in Canada

  3. I've never mothered a cat.But my aunt used to have one who was pretty smart and I'd find her rather fascinating as a kid. She knew exactly where to climb/sit/stand so she can stare at our spread on the dinning table and look like she was being starved to death!I've never seen a cat beg...almost like a dog!

  4. They seem to get around very well. Ambrose is a cute kitty. Have a great day, Jo!

  5. Ummmm I'm sorry I'm not a cat person and couldn't bear to have them in the kitchen but please don't hold that against me.

  6. Cats are amazingly well-balanced creatures!


Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate your feedback. Jo