We’ve all been busy trying to make the cats at home. (By the way? They have been neutered. The Shelter does that automatically. They arrived at the shelter on November 5th, taken from a home with “Too many cats”. On November 5th, they got their shots and November 6th they got their little “surgery” done.)
Mitchell is quite a little scaredy cat. He slinks around a lot. Except when he is eating or sleeping. When he is sleeping (he has picked places that I think are similar to his cage at the shelter, safe places that have definite boundaries.) We can sit with him and pet him and hold him in that safe setting. But when he comes out in the living room he is a bit more apprehensive. But if we sit still and don’t pay him much mind, this is what happens:
Myron is more outgoing and personable. He loves attention.
When I went upstairs this afternoon, I saw a suspicious lump in Bethany’s bed wriggling around.
What could it be?
It’s Myron! He loves to be warm. He will stare down into the heating grates when the heat is blowing and apparently likes to sleep under comforters.
Right now, someone is upstairs with what sounds like a disposable bathroom cup in the hall. Truly, it’s nice to have all this energy and life in the house again.
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