Yesterday I had left Tinkerbell in her cage for a couple of hours. Tinkerbell prefers spending time with the family however she doesn’t seem to mind time spent alone in her large cage with small cat carrier inside, water, bedding, toys and room to play. I had shut the door to her cage before leaving looking forward to my return home to her.
On returning home I can’t into the house and the barking which always greets me seemed different somehow it appeared to be coming from right behind the door the thought she may of gotten out of her cage briefly passed through my mind before I opened the door.
The strange thing was that I was right in my passing thought. Tinkerbell dashed out through the door as I opened it exposing a parcel or four to be exact.
Tinkerbell as I greeted her she seemed more thankful than excited I looked at her little face she looked like she had been very distressed and had a rather inflamed nose which looked very sore.
I went to look at her large cage and noticed that the door was still closed shut the top latch was fastened while the bottom latch was open.
My conclusion was that she had squeezed her way through the tiny gap as a result of the bottom latch not being fastened. However I thought that I had closed both latches.
The gap which she must of escaped through was only very tiny so much so that Tinkerbell must of hurt her nose and even got stuck trying to break out.
Today when I popped out very briefly I decided to also place a chair up to the cage door to prevent another great escape.
Happy Wednesday Friends!