The webspinner inspecting her work
One of my cats, Mochi, loves to eat wool and other natural fibers (particularly cashmere). In addition to this not-so-charming behavior, she has another yarn-related habit that is pretty cute. If she finds a ball of yarn, she will carry it in her mouth, dragging the tail of the yarn until she weaves an intricate web throughout our house. Generally these webs begin near a table. She weaves the yarn around the legs of that piece of furniture and then carries the ball to another room, where she proceeds to web some more. This is often a nocturnal activity for Mochi, so we have to be careful not to get trapped in her tangled web when we wake up in the mornings.
A close-up of the web at its origins
The web continues into the dining room; notice that it divides into two paths at this point
Path one: Masterful weaving around a dining room chair
Path two: From the dining room into the pantry and kitchen (she ran out of yarn at this point)