Smart cat! Seems like she/he knows how to get your attention. I am hopeful that she/he knows how to put them back in the proper places. I am happy to hear that she has a forgiving home to belong to. Thank you for letting her/him into your lives.
I wish he had tiny tech tools to put these keys back -- I'm collecting them until I am ready to give it a go. And protecting the keyboards now for sure, from tiny paws and teeth!
My friend calls me a 'kitten magnet' and this is the third year in a row that we've had an orphan kitten
.021 ...well, he just sent that message to the left.
Maybe he's a kit genius!
Thanks for commenting Wendy - 'til next time....
Cats are aliens! (And I am thinking that they are geniuses too.) This is what a friend of mine told me a few years ago. Now, I tend to believe this. I swear that cats, kittens - all ages and categories of felines - have come into my life for a reason - at all stages of my life - to teach me something. In my experience, they have taught me how to laugh, how not to get too absorbed or serious about what I think is important and how to do `real` yoga. I might add that they are the most knowledgeable species of living things to have taught me about survival. (too many characters - so sorry - continued....)
Such a mischievous little beastie! :)
Fortunately, the keys are made to be removable for cleaning. You should be able to just pop them back into place, pushing down on diagonal corners at the same time There are a couple of square pieces of plastic underneath that need to be in place first. If those are displaced, just pop off another key to see how they. fit.
Your message is a confidence booster - I'll try that next time I have my laptop turned off. I've had crazy mercury incidents -- possibly due to Uranus across my Saturn, squaring my Sun? Also spilled water on the keyboard, which Jamie Walters attributed to Neptune over my ascendant. This has been that kind of Summer! I still don't have a working f or v on the keyboard. Maybe it's to get me thinking out of my usual grooves.... You've likely got the same thing going on with Saturn and the Sun - want to do another trade? If so, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I happen to have a 2013 calendar on my wall that depicts all colours (CDN spelling) and breeds of cats, in various yoga positions. The calendar is titled “Yoga Cats,” – go figure! Yes, some might say that this is fictional, but digital manipulation can be inspiring too. Publisher is browntrout.com. Many feral cats (but I don’t really know if they are feral) come to visit the guerrilla garden I planted some years ago beside my basement windows here in the Big Smoke. They come to rest, or to enjoy the “hidey” places created by the plants I have put there, to bask in the sun, or to just be free to do their own thing - as is their right. If they need food, water, another home to go to, they let me know and it is a done deed. Oh, how I would love to hold your newest addition and hear him purr. We snore (similar physiological response to letting go), and cats purr when they are happy, relaxed and/or contented. As for ‘puter keyboards, and getting the keys back in the right place, hmm....guess we have not been paying attention in one way or another to the tools we use to do our work. Wish I had that kind of memory so that I could assist you. But, good luck!. Keep your readers posted.
Kitty cats are very mysterious and sensual -- when this one first came, he looked deeply into my eyes. Not sure about being alien, but he does remind me of a lemur. We have a parlor panther who was a kitten last year, and also rescued the young mother. And then we have an older cat - so four total. I love watching them do kitty yoga, too. ; ) Thanks for your comment Wendy!
Oh my goodness - seems I sent it twice. Double vision anyone? My apologies. I will be more patient next time.