Very sick,but true.
I have seen cats climbing trees, but I cannot ever remember one climbing down, do they sorta shimmy down or just jump?
Cat got up, cat can get down.
Cats claws are curved the wrong way to walk back down Evolution would’ve given given them re-curved claws if they needed it
The cats that get on my roof just jump off.
Omg I don’t think soooooo
God Bless the firemen and police!
I did have a cat ( through my error of not repairing something) manage to get in the crawl space above the ceiling. She was wandering around crying. Eventually, I had to pull a light out of the cieling, and then pull her out through the hole where the light was.
This is cool. Um, sorry Sabbath. :)
I watched my tomcat rappel down thirty feet of phone pole when he realized he couldn’t chase the squirrel across the 1/4-inch cable TV wire. He was surprisingly well-practiced at backing down a sheer vertical wooden climb. Made me realize why I’ve never seen a cat skeleton in a tree. Still haven’t.
Thank you! My cat climbed to the top of my mature redwood tree and was “trapped” there for eight days. The teenager next door climbed up after him but the cat kept going up until the branches wouldn’t support the kid’s weight. So another couple days of a crying, stuck cat. Then I hired a professional tree guy to get him down. As he reached for the cat, the cat suddenly realized that that he could, in fact, get himself down from the tree. What a surprise! The tree pro called me at work with the news and was worried that he didn’t catch the cat. No worries, I told him. The cat was waiting at the back door when I got home.
I had named this cat Bucky Katt. This was probably not the best idea.
Sorry to go on so long about this …
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