Crazy Gracie, Shredder of Worlds

Our beautiful cat came to us already named Gracie. And since she was beautiful and the epitome of grace we kept the name. However, Shredder of Worlds might have been a more suitable moniker.

It took about a week for this scratching post to start unraveling. Note that she’s liberated the ping ping balls from their furry coverings.
Gracie laughs in the presence of corrugated cardboard.
For a brief time there were feathers on the end of this stick. Now it boasts only a stub.

She’s figured out how to open the antique hutch in which her snacks are stored, and at least once a week I wake up next to a package of treats.

See the little tooth marks?

Gracie is endlessly fascinating and slightly intimidating. We are kind of in love.

Don’t be fooled by my innocent look.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

23 thoughts on “Crazy Gracie, Shredder of Worlds”

  1. haha! Gracie–we applaud you! Corrugated cardboard?? Are the humans crazy–that’s what furniture is for! Keep up the good work.–Parker, Piper and Pumpkin. 😺😸😹

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  2. I hope she keeps the shredding to her toys and designated shred sacrifices! I have way too many things that are now ruined because of our rather introverted, mostly nocturnal kitty that only ever seems to scratch and claw at things when no one is around to correct her behavior. I never really needed to know what the inside of a couch looks like on the back corners.

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