Of my two kittens getting closer to being 1 year old, Tyson is definitely the more reclusive. Lately he seems to enjoy hanging out behind my futon, against the wall. Occasionally, I'll peek my head back there and he'll meow at me, come out, then go around the other way and back behind the futon, using the opposite end from which he came. He seems to be sitting back there staring at scratches on the wall, shadows, and the occasional peeking of my hair above the top edge of the futon -- to which he responds by jumping up and trying to play with it. It's getting to the point where I think he sits back there waiting for my hair to appear... any way to divert his attention and encourage him to come out? I've tried poking a tassel toy from the same position as where my hair would be, but that doesn't work. My bf thinks we should block off the area, but I think that would just make Tyson more likely to find another hiding spot. Any ideas on how to divert him of this new pasttime and encourage him to come out of hiding more often?