Saturday, February 02, 2013

Getting Down

IZA:  It isn't easy fer me.  I can only get a couple feets at a time.  See, Im up on the deck rail...
And I want to get DOWN to come in... Dang, that looks like THREE feet down...  I hafta do it in stages...
I need to do it in steps, ya see...
2 feet down seems a LONGGGGGG way fer me.

I DID jump it.  I HAD to.  TBT was shaking the treat jar inside...

14 comments:

Mariodacat said...

YAY - you made it. Going down can be kinda scary can't it? I like going up better myself.

Brian said...

Well you did real good!!! I hope you got lots and lots of treats!

Pretinha said...

Iza you look so pretty in the first picture, has a smooth ride.

Cory said...

It's amazing what us kitties can do when the treat jar is being shaken! We knew you could do it Iza!

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Boodie is not much of a jumper... but once my human found her in the kitchen sink! And yes, she got down from there herself too, the moment my human said, "Boodie, what are you doing???"

Maxwell, Faraday and Allie said...

*nods wisely* oh yeah, treat jars can be VERY motivating...

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

Those treat jars are magical.. they can make you do almost anything!

Eric and Flynn said...

Eric is like you and gets down carefully. I jump from great heights, but mum tells me I shouldn't in case I hurt myself.

Derby, Ducky said...

You can do it. Jumping down shouldn't be that hard, but for some kitties it is.

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

I have noticed myself, my darling Lambie, that now that I am a little more zaftig, I hit the ground with a bit more "thud" than I used to. I like to make my way down in stages too! ;-) XOXOXOX

The Cat From Hell said...

Mes has no trouble jumping up, but now me is getting old, jumping down is tough. Me likes to do it in stages too!
Kisses
Nellie

The Furries of Whisppy said...

The treat jar is always a huge motivation! :)

Punapippuri said...

Stages are good. Just so long as the platforms are well supported and safe!

Shaggy and Scout said...

It's good to have a stable path down. Shaggy always needs one.