This is Gandalf. I introduced you to him before, but in case you missed him, he's our recent Humane Society adopted kitty. We don't know how old he is, the lady who does aging was busy when we went to go home. We chose him because he seemed very docile and friendly, quiet, and well-mannered. We loved him right away. He really is a very sweet cat.
Problem is, he doesn't like the chaos of a family home. He's not bitter or anything, but he hides himself away into the back hall and just hangs out there all the time. It makes me sad. So I've decided that the poor guy needs some areas in the house that are his to hide in and be alone. I hate to say it, but I guess he won't be the cuddle bug I thought he would be. Oh well, we love him anyway.
One thing I cam across that I thought he might enjoy is a cat tunnel. It's a set of three collapsible tunnels that converge into one common area with a peek hole.
The tunnels are thinner material than I thought they might be and they make a crackling noise. That means that it fold up smaller and occupies the cat better. The crinkling is similar to some of the baby books with fabric pages that make a crinkle noise when you touch them.
It takes up about as much room as I envisioned. If you feel like just putting it up in a corner instead of folding it up every time, it does stand on the three tunnels pretty well and takes up minimal floor space.
I couldn't get my cat to hang out long enough to enjoy it, but soon we will be renovating that area that he has chosen as his and there will be room for him in there. I hope he like it.
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