Our former barn cat, now full-time house cat Kitty is driving me crazy. Ever since she moved into the house full-time a year ago her food dish has been on the washing machine. Our late dog, Charlie and now the puppy Jax both love cat food, so it was necessary to put the food up high. It's never been a problem. Then KiKi, the siamese, came to live with us in June and we put her food up too; on top of a rarely used counter top in the kitchen. This has worked since June. A couple of days ago Kitty decided to start eating out of KiKi's dish, so I moved her own dish over on the same counter as KiKi's. When I did that, Kitty started going back to the washing machine and crying for her food; so I moved her food dish back. Then she started going back to KiKi's dish again; ignoring her own food. KiKi is on a diet, Kitty is not. If her food dish is by KiKi's, she wants it back on the washing machine. If it's on the washing machine, she wants it back by KiKi's. The dishes and food are identical, it's just that KiKi gets much less of it. It's all a power play on Kitty's part, cuz she's a little ut-hum. Where should I put her dish and leave it?