If this monkey wants to make some friends, I think he needs to learn how to slow down and let the relationship build at a normal pace. Kitty looks like he’s feeling a little overwhelmed by monkey’s presence!
Two of my friends have bunnies, and just recently I saw them interact. The larger bunny did not hesitate to charge towards the cat. The cat looked surprised but stood his ground. I wasn’t surprised when the cat swatted at the bunny, who then ran back into his cage.
I decided to check youtube to see some videos of cats and bunnies, and found this video.
By the way, I don’t endorse the interaction between bunnies and cats, especially if they are left unattended. Bunnies are apparently rodants, and cats generally hunt any type of rodant.
Cats climb by using their claws on all four of their paws. They pull themselves upwards by digging their claws into the surface. Because cats require claws to climb things, declawed cats are not very good climbers. Most (if not all) cats should be kept indoors, especially declawed cats. Declawed cats cannot easily climb things (such as trees) in order to get away from predators.
Below are some impressive pictures of Mocha, one of our friend cats, who climbs the screen door. Mocha is an indoor cat. Do you think she is climbing the screen door because she wants outside, or is Mocha just having a good time?