...start another blog, or two, or move to twitter. Facebook? Never.
I'll give you a hint...Most cello cases don't have tails.
What a cool picture! My cat stays far aways from my cello and even the case (although he loves any other box or sack). But my teacher's cat always has to climb in and explore my case during lessons.
Oh, bad luck. You didn’t retract the end pin before putting your cello away and only realized it after setting the case down:). Love the picture. My cat has a habit of exploring my cello case too. If everything goes right today, I might need to be doubly careful with open every things. In about an hour, I am meeting with a local animal rescue person in the hopes of getting another little explorer. Needless to say, I am really excited.
I wonder how many cats would fit in a cello case?
I have a friend who is 6 years old. She is tiny and she wanted to crawl inside my cello case when she first saw it.
PFS, if you ask my cats, only one cat can fit in a cello case, and you had better not close the door, which also applies to 6-year-olds, cellogirl.I find it about 50:50 cats interested or not, both at home and when I go a-visiting, Guanaco.And Clenham, you MUST post a picture on your sadly neglected blog if you pass the screening! And good guess on the end pin, but ehehh, you were not correct <g>.
I think that is one way to improve a cello case!My cello sits in a room where I keep the doors closed so that the piano and cello can remain cat-free. HOwever, I think the 50-50 split would work with our 2 cats...one would jump in (she likes suitcases and boxes) while the other one would simply hide in her favorite place, in our bed.
Let me guess. That's John!
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