Cats definitely do stuff like that! Never owning my own, but I used to come home to find all sorts of stuff that Elphie did.The best was probably when Natalie went through a knitting period- and yes the yarn would be EVERYWHERE, from room to room ,to room.
My favorite is the memory of Macy getting her head stuck in a tissue box. So hilarious, I just wish I had a video camara then!We experienced a TP fixation/craze when Macy was younger - we used to shut all the bathrooms doors when we left for work (and of course locked her in there once, too - oops!). It eventually passed, and now we just have to contend with a toddler who likes to terrorize the TP roll.
T&L used to do the same thing with the toilet paper - ALL THE TIME. Then, magically, they stopped. It's probably just a phase. Scout loves to destroy things, but mostly her own toys, along with any of the cat toys she can get her paws on. As I type this, my living room is covered with the innards of Short Dog #3. May he rest in peace.
I can't do any paperwork on the couch in my house - Scotia likes to play with papers. Her favorite is if we stick a post-it note on the floor - she runs at it and tries to pull it up.
Pepper has chewed through three separate cell phone charger cords, and she's currently working on the mini-blinds in the living room. I've never seen a cat chew so much!
When Seamus (dog FYI) was younger I had to put the TP on the back of the potty so he couldn't reach it. I can actually put it in the holder now but he still sometimes licks/nibbles at the dangling piece at the end of the roll. Every once in a while you reach for the TP and it's a little damp - ick!
Stella's mortal enemy is any fresh cut flowers. She will reach any height to knock them down. For heavier vases, she'll slide tackle them. Charming.
Not a pet story, but Josh once went to town on a roll of toilet paper... I will email you a photo if I can find it. It was just so ridiculous! NEVER turn your back on a toddler!
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