The Adventures of Sharkie,
Cat of Carpe Diem (36 Grand Banks)
have just returned home after two months in the central Bahamas.
We spent most of our time at Royal Island, Spanish Wells, Harbor
and Eleuthera. Our new
kitty, Sharkie really turned out to be
great boat cat. She was exploring our dingy
and a friends dingy tied
the back of our boat, jumping from dingy to dingy, curious, and
a good old time when she missed a jump back to the boat!
Splash, she hit the water. We were sitting on the back of the
looking at her, and let me tell you, CATS CAN FLY!
was up on the dive platform before I could scream!
hope you enjoy her expression as much as we have!
on the Bounty"
entertained herself on the bridge with a roll of paper
underway. It is so hard to get a cat to take the helm!
get so distracted by the sea gulls.
goes THUMP, THUMP THUMP in the night?
woke up one morning to a strange thump.We looked up
was pushing this tomato down the stairs. She would get
the bottom, then bite it and take it back to the top of the stairs
push it down again! And of course this was my last tomato!
we bought her a ball to bat around.
finally found a use for his fishing lures
Sharkie loves this fishing lure skirt and we would hide it
so she could find it. (Cats get bored quickly with the same toy).
Tip #4: Hide the toilet paper!
Tip #5: Have different toys on board to entertain your cat.
below to follow Norm and Ann's adventures.