Tuesday, January 27, 2009

I'm not allowed up here!


Dante knows that he's not allowed on top of the microwave in the kitchen, but he jumps up there anyway. He gives me this cute look like, "Am I doing anything wrong?" Dante loves to jump up to the highest point. He'd be on top of cupboards, the fridge, anything. We have to learn to keep things clear of stuff, because when he jumps up there, things go flying.

12 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

I'll help keep him off things!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Tom and Tama-Chan said...

It's a fact of life for us kitties... high points are high points!

Tama-Chan

Eric and Flynn said...

You surely couldn't tell him off after he has given you such a sweet and innocent look.

Daisy said...

That looks like a very precarious spot. But FUN!

-d ma said...

since diego doesn't listen to where he's not allowed to go, i've pretty much given up other than places where it's dangerous for him to be.

Sunny's Mommy said...

No cat is allowed on our microwave, and there's really no room for them either. When I have flowers I put them on the microwave because the cats like to eat the greenery and baby's breath. It's supposed to be a safe spot for my pretty flowers. Ollie will bad the bad one (can you believe that?), getting up on the microwave, to get to those flowers.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Well of course he's there. He's a meezer and knows there is no place that's really off limits!

Lone Star Purrs said...

We gots that same toast maker fingie!! We don't go up high many places. Not sure why we don't.....
::purrs::
~Meeko & Kiara

jh an Mickey Mantle said...

be careful up dere ...
hav u tride walkin on da roof?
now dat'zza lotta fun!
luv--jh

Sweet Praline said...

I'm lucky that Praline isn't a jumper.

Praline: that's what you think, Mom!

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catsynth said...

I used to have a cat like that, Morty, who also loved to get up to the highest point in any room. It was more of a game than anything practical.

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