Not that I caught that perfect moment on my camera. They’re working up to a long day napping at the shelter. It really is time for them to graduate: they’re getting good at rushing the door most times I come in. Lately, if they make it out, they dash into the laundry room and freeze. I may try putting a pan of water in their path, if they’re not all adopted today.
They’re now mature enough to play with a paper bag and not pee in it. Everyone is fixed now and up for adoption (except for Stratus who already has been adopted).
Stratus got adopted yesterday. Polar is out by her lonesome, available for adoption today. Cumulus and Cirrus get fixed this Tuesday and will be available next weekend.
The not-a-cube they are resting in was given by a friend. It has fooled one person into trying to sit on it, and is obviously not up to the task if kittens can squish it.
Polar and Stratus are still with me, so I arranged the floppy mattress as a slide and allowed them to play with my yarn a little. The littler kittens can scale the slide better because their nails were trimmed less recently.
This may be the last day my special lap buddy is here. Polar and Stratus are up for adoption today.
Stratus and Polar had their surgeries today and will be available for adoption Friday. They were very hungry when they got home but not weird or wobbly.