We have two cats who stroll down the ramp, stop and look in the doorway, then carry on across the front of the bungalow to I-do-not-know-where. And a while after they make their return journey back to wherever it was they came from. Not both at the same time, I hasten to add. One is a pale ginger tabby - maybe a year old - not very big, and that one always goes straight back, not stopping to look in. The other one, a black and white kitty which is smaller and obviously younger, has recently taken to stopping on its way back, just where there are some ground-covering weeds have grown where the end of the ramp meets the corner of the low wall round the patio. Tikva, if she is in a hurry for a pee in the morning, will pee on that patch of weeds. And little kitty has, for the last few days, lain down, head on the weeds as if thinking, then had a bit of a roll and stretch on them, and then turned, and half sitting just stared in. Tikki, in the meantime, sitting just inside the doorway just staring back. They are maybe 2m away from each other maximum. This morning, after the pair of them had been staring at each other for about five minutes, neither moving, Tikki decided to stand up, wag her tail in a friendly manner, and woof very gently. Kitty looked rather puzzled, had another roll, then slowly stood up and strolled off. I do not know about Tikva as I could not see her face, but that little kitty did not blink once the whole time it was staring at her!