Reggie, a white cat owned by Chris Barton of Surrey, England, loved to run around in the garage beneath windows and climb through windows. Between the window and the garage, there were roughly three meters, but Reggie hadn’t yet connected with the target.
Chris awoke last night to an odd noise that sounded like something had scraped a metal fence. Reggie, his favourite cat, was let to waggle and slip from the window sash to the outside wall of the home by the man as he hurried to the window. As is normal, the cat naturally entered the garage through the window.
Chris, however, understood that this was simply a short-term solution and that further action was needed.
The cat, according to Chris, needs a bridge. Chris made the choice to create a bridge in the shape of San Francisco’s famed Golden Gate Bridge.
Chris assembled the panels, finished trimming and poncing them, and then he began assembling the platelage. The cat watched each phase of building with interest.
The cat continued sautéing despite Chris’ efforts to draw a beautiful crimson bridge between the window and the garage roof. « I think it was clear that I wanted him to make use of it. Yet he did the exact opposite, disregarding the pont entirely, as all real cats do.
The man worked, scattering snacks all over the bridge. The cat was either resting next to him and gazing up as it began to move along the bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge is now the ideal place to unwind when Reggie isn’t sleeping or eating.