Aquaman was adopted first, then Flash and Green Arrow got taken together. All kept their capes. Now for cleanup.
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The DC Superheroes’ first adoption day will be tomorrow at the block party, with the adoption van and no-fee adoptions. I took them to the shelter and back. I did pick up more kibble, and they had a ride with a less upsetting result than their prior one (the surgery).
Green Arrow now can top the full barricade, get atop the yellow bookcase and look out the window, and leap tall buildings (probably. None in the room.) If the leap is higher than she thinks she can do, she picks an alternate route. Flash follows. So far, Aquman watches.
Flash is snugged down in a pillow case, under the pillow. They’re pretty well recovered from the surgeries. The girls were a little saggy for a few days but are back to being trim. They’re getting the hang of climbing with dull nails. Aquaman is getting pretty clever about trying to sneak out when I go in or out of the room. They’re ready to take over their own new homes.
I caught Flash in a rare cuddle that did not involve her trying to suck my face. It didn’t last.
Earlier, I got a picture of Aquaman and Green Arrow cuddling, with a view of the nicely healing incision. Shaved belly spots are cute.
The superheroes are back to normal, albeit with shorter claws and shaved bits. They can leap about three feet from the ladder to the tower or chair. They’re not yet as accomplished at vertical leaps, which is good for me.
They all did fine with their surgeries. Green Arrow was pretty leary about being put in the carrier, and I had to admit she was right: not a fun day for them. Aquaman is sleeping, but the girls are playing and exploring. I have the climbing things down for a little recuperation time.
It turns out that they have a full load of kittens for this weekend, so these guys won’t be at an adoption event until the 22nd. They have a big block party adoption event that weekend: Bark and Meow Around The Block.