Sigh. Kitties. I wish I could help myself but I just cannot.
I started in at 0615 this morning. I had gotten mom up then and she prepared to feed me.I am always first, just so you know.
Anyway, I hopped up on the tiny desk in the kitchen and I saw the long haired and beautiful black cat. I will call that kitty BBC for beautiful black cat.
I haven't seen Ginger in months. He may be gone. But BBC is one I have seen and yes, hissed at but I didn't used to go berserk. Close, but not quite. Kitties, today I pulled out all of the stops. I hollered, I hissed, I ran to the window mom still has poster paper on so I can't see out and I about ruined the mini blinds after all the pawing frantically at them hoping I could see BBC regardless of the poster paper. If mom doesn't keep the blinds down on that window anyway, I spend hours trying to paw off the paper.. Mom had to keep coming in to straighten the blinds and plead with me to knock it off. I couldn't and didn't.
TWO hours later I was still on the alert. Not screeching or hissing per se but pawing at the blinds. These are expensive ones and custom made so they would be expensive to mom if I keep doing this time after time.
No, calming collars don't work and as we discussed before, the spray does...to a certain extent. But I got myself so wound up that it was hard to come down. Mom never got her email or websites checked due to me having literal hissy fits.
Mom has tried to find the static cling window film with designs on it that allow light in but you can't see in or out. No store as it. They have the dark sun filter stuff but that's it. I could still see out of that.
Mom has sad ears and she wishes I would just get a clue.