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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 4:47 pm 
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I have a pile of carpet squares lying around that will soon be used for a program I'm teaching. My two bengals were VERY interested in them from the start, so I decided to play around a little. I began to build a house of "cards", and instantly, both were underneath the little caves. It just escalated into a giant maze o-carpet in my living room, and we played for a good 20 minutes before thoughts of destruction entered their minds. Once my boy realized he could tear it down, he did what boys of any species would. He blew it to smitherines faster than I could rebuild. :) I wish I had some megablocks, or giant foam blocks.. I'll bet the game would be that much more fun. Enjoy the play-by-play photos!


House of Cards; Before
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Exploring the maze
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Aztec gets even
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Destroy!!
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My work here is done

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Asian Leopard Cat

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Great pictures. I've got a couple of kitties who would be in kittie heaven with a playground like that :lol:

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Asian Leopard Cat

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One of my ladies has five of my bengals plus another and she has built a cardboard city and they love it. She has saved all the large, strong cardboard boxes that things like tv's come in. They have been fixed together outwards and upwards randomly with holes cut out on various sides. Bedding, toys etc are put in. This thing is huge but the cats love it more than any of their expensive cat activity centres and they have loads.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:39 pm 
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Asian Leopard Cat

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brilliant fun! :lol:

just like kids lol, buy them expensive toys & they prefer the packaging it came in :wink:


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