My cats really know how to behave. I wasn't sure whether it is me, who trained them well, but credits to them for having this good behavior since they were little. They ate and poop at the designated place, and didn't mess with things in my house (ok, except for vases and flowers...and plastic bags and ok, stop!)
When Cici still with Kiki, they slept side by side. Thank god they can get along with each other, even I didn't approve when Cici taught Kiki some street-cat-moves (Cici was a street cat while Kiki is a home cat).
When I was single, I used to bring them back to my hometown, afraid that pet shop couldn't take care of them like I how I did. First 20 minutes, they meow-ed from back to the front seat. Scared the hell out of me that they were going to jump out of the car and die. But that was only between cat owner-cat drama. After getting calmer, Kiki acted being a super cool cat by sitting on the dashboard, while Kiki sat on the car mat.
When night came and they can't see anything on the road, both started to feel sleepy and guess what, they sat side by side on the passenger's seat, watching me driving. (Awww...so nice.)
After a month without Cici, Kiki started to feel lonely and whenever he was in the car, he will find his own comfort zone, which was on our lap (and he didn't bother to get up at all).
But he travels no more. Whenever we aren't home, he now stay alone, 5 days at most, provided with enough food and water in his room. He gets full access to the whole house and the most that he couldn't be bothered to ignore is the one and only vase with flowers on dining table. That's it.
Nowadays, the most unbelievable thing that I am proud of Kiki is, he will NEVER sit on the couch WITHOUT his "kain batik". You know, he likes to sit in between of us, and hubby doesn't like that furry box-cat leaves his fur on the couch. So what Kiki will do, he stares at us, then looks on the couch, if there is none "kain batik" there, he will meows asking us to, please, put it on. If I have to take that "kain batik" from the other couch, I will ask him to stay and wait there till I come back, and believe me, he will do so. Unbelievable? Believe it. A cat with dog's attitude! (But I know he can't beat Mojo, Nanzo's cat, that can pick up a ball and wait for Nanzo to throw it again...huh???!!!)