“I wanted to be able to use this spot for cuddling and napping,” said Mimi, who is required to fit herself into any box, bag, drawer, cabinet or other container anywhere in the house. “There wasn’t enough room for me, so I had Giuseppe remove some things.
“These are all things I don’t like. You can get rid of them.”
Well. I guess I’ve been told. I happen to like canned olives and chick peas and beets. Not that the canned cat food is still in the cabinet.
Mimi really does insist on getting into everything—I’ve even had her argue with me when I wanted to close a drawer or seal a box and she hasn’t had the chance to experience the inside.
But I know why this corner is popular. In the wall right behind the cabinet, a heating duct goes to the upstairs. Inside the cabinet it’s comfortably cozy and warm. I’d get in there.
Hours later, after they were done napping and had gone onto other places. I replaced the canned goods and closed the door again.
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