Woolly and Ironman were cuddly and washing each other for several minutes before Woolly had to start snarling and playing rough. Commie was a couple feet away on the bed, ignoring it all. Yesterday, though, she felt the need to spray Em’s bed, with Em in it. There is always some drama.
They had breakfast and playtime and cuddles. Then I bundled them off for shots and a day in a cat cubicle, to be admired by potential adopters.
and with 2 hours, they and a bunch of others were adopted. Happy New Year to them all.
Coco doesn’t jump as well as Chanel, but she has social skills. Chanel needs some time to warm up to a visitor, Coco greets and cuddles right away. They play well together and their incisions are healing well. Chanel inspires Coco to climb higher than she might otherwise.
Chanel was quite taken with the Cat Alone 2 app on my android: she didn’t even exit it the way other kittens have.
It was on the chair, which Coco has trouble getting onto. I have to give her an opportunity too.
Chanel’s toes are as elegant as the rest of her costume. She’s warming up to people more, getting nuzzley and all.
She also can jump: up onto a chair without pulling up, from the loft ladder or the near chair to my desk with the computer. I have to remember to shut my laptop when I’m not right there.
Coco follows along and learns some route onto chairs, but has neither the reach nor the spring for the jumps that Chanel does.
They’ve settled in well. Chanel is more wild about playing, Coco more for snuggles, but both do both. Chanel is a little wary about being petted but often flops for a belly rub once you pet her a little. This ribbon+wand is their favorite toy so far.
Chanel’s paws are white and the pads are black, which is very decorative. I’d love to get a still shot of them, but still and exposed are not in her repertoire.
Coco and Chanel had their spay day today and their prior foster is unavailable, so they’re mine for the week. Coco is the all black fluff, not at all shy. Chanel is bigger, has white toe socks and bib, and a little more shy, except about canned food. They are both very quiet and not acting goofy from pain meds.