Not Cat is making up for three days without climbing.
For the moment, I can still see him in the cherry tree. The blossom increases day by day.
My plan, mid-morning, was to go for a short walk locally, taking my camera, to see if there was anything that caught my eye and which might suit the Winter challenge.
Not Cat hurried down the stairs with me. In the garden, he rushed about, and kept returning to me. I was looking at some leaves caught in a tree. Not Cat twisted his head round and looked too.
Looking at the Tree
Looking being far too passive an activity for Not Cat, he got into the tree.
In the Tree
The tree seemed to bear further investigation. Though it didn’t look very comfortable.
He stayed there a while.
Then he climbed down.
Not Cat has had two sessions in the garden today. Both involved racing up trees.
Like Cat, he loves the cherry tree and returned to it several times.
Also like Cat, he found racing up the birch tree much easier than getting down, but unlike Cat, he was prepared to voice his distress, rather than doing the macho thing and pretending he wanted to be there until eventually descending in a less than elegant rush.