Jasper here! Earlier this week there was an incident involving our beloved Food Robot and our somewhat disruptive house guest, Lady Grey! Everything is fine now, but I must report on these shenanigans!
It is possible that Lady Grey became aware that Food Robot is only designed to feed two cats, and since Tye and I have seniority in this household, she would always be the third wheel. It is also possible that this disparity came into stark relief when the humans were away for much of last weekend, and thus did not feed us as often.
But we do not deal in speculation! We are interested in facts! AND HERE ARE THE FACTS:
At 7:00 AM on Monday, November 5th, Food Robot delivered our breakfast as usual.
About twenty minutes later, Lady Grey approached Food Robot...
...and instigated a vicious and unprovoked attack! And yes, she is actually chewing on the blue tape which secures the ramp to the housing! Outrageous!
Moments later, summoned by Tye, one of the humans came along to document the crime scene.
And then we all went back to sleep for a while. The humans knew our next auto-feeding would not happen until 6:00 PM, so they had plenty of time to repair the damage.
BUT WAIT! Something else happened less than ninety minutes later, and it was caught on camera!
Really? Was that really necessary, Lady Grey? Really?
Though it took a few more hours, the humans eventually came to the rescue and rebuilt Food Robot! They also took the opportunity to improve the structural design of the ramp, as shown below!
(Those interested can view additional photographic evidence, or a complete video record from that day.)
I am happy to report that things are back to normal now, and Lady Grey has been behaving herself—more or less—since Monday!
So what have we learned? One, that Food Robot is vulnerable to feline interference; but we knew that already. Two, that Lady Grey is an inveterate troublemaker! Between this and chasing Tye and me all around the house, she is definitely ready to leave and go to her own home!
Please adopt Lady Grey! Contact the humans for more information.