Within a few months, it became very clear that Banjee wanted to go outside. He would sit at the glass door and look longingly outside and then meow. The family was determined to allow him out into the fresh air without losing him, or all the birds, so they enclosed the back ramp of the house with wire mesh. They got a perch for Banjee and now he just loves sitting on and in it and rolling around on the concrete ramp in the morning sun. Georgia says it’s been amazing to see how quickly their old boy learns new things.
“We’re delighted at how switched on he is about good behavior and how fast he learns. Within a day of being outside, he learned to use our dog door to go in and out of the house. Animals are much smarter than we give them credit for!”
Banjee’s favourite game these days? Head-booping shoes! That’s right - according to Georgia, Banjee entertains their whole family by seeing just how many pairs of shoes he can fit his head into.
Banjee is now well and truly part of the family, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.