Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Hidey Spot

This is my new hidey spot. When it was a noisey rain a few weeks ago, I did't like it and ran behind the couch. Mum then didn't see me until she looked UNDER the couch.
With the little skirt down you can't see underneath directly and a bean has to get down on their hands and knees to see under.But mum lifted it up and there I was, this picture was taken after the fact, I had left my hidey spot. This is a recliner love seat so there is a bunch of room for me to move into. But my hidey spot didn't last long, as a secret. Guess I will have to find a new one!
Maybe I will move back to the shredded paper collector box!

19 comments:

MoMo said...

We all need secret spots but the humans appear to be very good at finding them. After 10 years I am running out of them.

How is the feetsball going?

A Few Good Cats said...

It's smart to keep your human guessing, so you should go ahead and find yourself another hidey spot. Doesn't matter if it's new or not, just that it's different. Humans get confused easily...

The Kitty Krew said...

We have a recliner couch too and it's great to hide in. If The Mommy can't find Sassy in sight or under the bed, then she knows that where Sassy is...she won't bother her (usually Sassy is hiding from Pixie), she just likes knowing.

Purrs and hugs,
The Kitty Krew

The Island Cats said...

Y'know...we recently discovered under the couch makes a great hiding spot too...but the humans always seem to find us...we hope you can find another great hiding spot!

Fin said...

Excellent Hidey! And great idea on the Mo Cats Holiday.

Us4 Gatos said...

we all needs those hidey spots and sometimes keeping a favorite blanky or toy hidden in hidey spot helps too. or is that just me? hm.

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

You hide like a spy Derby!

Karen Jo said...

That's a good hidey spot, Derby. You can keep your human confused by using lots of different hidey spots. I really liked the time that you hid in plain sight by curling up with the stuffies.

ML said...

Sounds like you keep yours beans on them's toes. That's good. always keep 'em guessing.
Good job on tha 'Mo Cats hollyday.
Love & Purrs,
KC

Eric and Flynn said...

That is a great hidey spot Derby. I keep hiding from mum and she still doesn't know where I go, but she knows it's indoors somewhere. Next time I hide, she will know where to look for me.
Flynn

The Whiskeratti said...

Hoomins do like to know where we are! But that is a good spot, Derby... but maybe now you could move back since she's already looked. Surely she would never look for you TWICE in the same place, would she ? :)

Forever Foster said...

That's a great hiding spot. Maybe if you pretend not to be interested in it for a while, the humans will forget.

jenianddean said...

Hidey spots are always fun to find. I like the get under Dad's pants in the closet. They hang low and make a great spot to blend in. As an added bonus, I get to leave my furs on them.
--Jasper

meowers from missouri said...

oh, derbs! that's a great spot--even if the beans know where it is, it's still safer than bein' out amongst the boomers!!

we was furry impressed wif yer furst video--seems like a nifty li'l camera yer mom won!

an' thanks fur inventin' "MO CATS DAY!" it's one we'll be glad to sellybrate efurry year!

ed, nitro, xing, & iggy

Egypt & The Musketeers said...

Secrets revealed. You'll just need to find another hidey spot.

Katie and Da Katz said...

lets hafs moh cats day effurry day!

u be carefuls in reclinerz... u cood gets hurted. mom iz alwayz worred bootsie crawls inside da recliner and mom makes hur gits out soh hur kin rekline!

good look findin a goods hidey spot!

katie too

SophieKitty said...

That's an excellent hidey spot!

Amy and The House of Cats said...

That is a great hidy spot - it is still good even if the beans know because they can't get to it easily!

Isis and Denali said...

Oh, it's a shame they found your hidey spot. We hopes you can find another one just as good!

Denali is scared of the rain too. Well, mostly the thunder. She always runs to Mommy for protection.