Here are a few bowling ball balancing tricks. Do not attempt these until you watch the earlier video . . . or do. I'm no balancing expert. I've just spent a few dozen hours more than most practicing this stuff. I also realized that the closer I film to 5:00 pm, the more Figgy wants to get involved. He really just wants to get fed. That is all. He has no real interest in idiots standing on bowling balls.
This is a paper whistle. It is very loud, louder than you might imagine. Be careful around tender ears. I have friends with tender ears, so I have learned to be careful. If you are said friend, do not watch this video. In this video, Figgy just sort of sits in the background and licks himself. That cat loves to be on video.
Here is a fancy way to put on your coat. I feel that cats must hate this trick. It's like I'm saying, "hey cat . . . my coat is better than yours. What it lacks in soft and shininess, it makes up for in kinetic artistry." Seriously though, Figgy has a really nice coat. The Vet said something clever like, "He must be part rabbit." He is not. That's just vet flattery talk to disguise the real message: bring him in any time and we'll charge you $70 to say, "yeah, cats puke."