Boko the cat may not have opposable thumbs, but that didn’t stop him from helping  out his human when she locked herself out of her house. When Gabriella Tropea went to her rear patio, where the back sliding door was kept closed by a wooden stick jammed into the door frame, Boko apparently got an idea of how to help. “He started rubbing his face on the stick and I was encouraging him to mess with it. I was coaching him to lift it up,” Tropea told The Dodo. “He understood what I was trying to tell him and he started lifting it up!” Read the full story on GoodNewsNetwork.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, I offered some suggestions on how to cope with the onslaught of negativity from the outside world, on Monday, Dr. Niesman explored how the constant mention of the word “coronavirus” in the news affects those who lost cats to FIP, on Tuesday, we featured the new Scratch Lounge Classic, on Wednesday, Dr. Marci Koski answered your behavior questions, on Thursday, we asked you to take a feline behavior quiz to help cats in pain, and on Friday, we featured Bernadette Kazmarski’s beautiful original feline art, which is currently available at a 50% discount.

If you’ve been trying to find toilet paper in stores or online, you know it’s been a losing proposition. You might be interested to learn the real reason for the toilet paper shortage:

Have a great weekend!

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