Now, I may look plump, but that’s not because I’ll eat, you know, anything. It’s my undercoat of thick fur, meaning I’m well insulated and all set for a night on the town, even in the coldest weather. I usually only go out after dark, and I’ll be found at the crème de la crème of social gatherings. I like the costume parties best, because I come with my very own mask. What do you mean, I look like a burglar? Now, I’m very handy with my front paws — my party trick is to juggle a trio of pine cones! And if you want that mocktail not agitated or mixed with a spoon but thrown, just pass me the shaker and stand clear. Dexterity is my middle name! Actually, it isn’t, it’s—well, that would be telling! You’ll have to decide for yourself. Oh, and don’t expect me to do the washing up, will you? I may have a bottlebrush tail but it’s purely ornamental.Find Food
Your pet becomes an expert at finding its own food!Tree climbing
Trees are the whole world for arboreal pets. Their homes. Their social venues. Their food stores. And their playgrounds. This also makes trees the logical venue for pet games and competitions!
Tree climbing is one of the oldest traditional pet games, because it is used by arboreal parents to teach their offspring basic survival and foraging skills. While most arboreal pets were happy just going about their business of homemaking, romancing, foraging and eating, the monkeys became bored, and decided to make a game out of the business of living, competing with one another and their arboreal friends to climb ever faster and higher!
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