|Start with diplomacy. Calmly explain that all the pillows are belong to you. And the bed itself. And the whole apartment. This will likely not go over well. When that fails. . .|
|Execute the "bed-to-cat-bed-to-pillow" defense.|
|The spread-eagle . Originally used by Captain Stonewhiskers Jackson in the Civil War.|
|Try a pillow blockade.|
|A mighty roar might scare off human invaders.|
|Stand your ground. Explain that the red blanket is not negotiable territory.|
|When all else fails, give peace a chance.|
You should published this in a book, you could make lots of $$$$ with this information. If you need an agent I would be up for that.
You are really good at bed wars.
Thanks for all of those great tips!!
Raz and The Florida Furkids
verrah encyclopedic. you should teach a course on it. well done.
I agree with Gracie, this should TOTALLY be a book!! This is AWESOME!! My cats do the same thing!
We're sorry, but you are so cute, our mom wants to snorgle you! Whatever you said about the bed, went right over her head. Then again, that is probably a strategic advantage.
So many good strategies! Mom is in trouble now!
Adorable strategy, beautiful girl!...kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki
You are fur-sure a four paw general
I think you must be the winners in Bed wars !!
Bravo! What a great set of tips. We will have to try some of these. :)
How do I join this tabby cat club? I want to join! - Crepes.
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