Lull

Things seem so much less dramatic without kittens. Not that we’re drama free at SlipperySlope Central. The other night, since she doesn’t seem to have any more sniffles, I let Abigail out. Claire doesn’t like her. I suspect because Abigail has no boundaries. 😉  The boys respect Claire’s authority. Abigail, not so much. And, of course, Arthur and Jonesy are constantly pushing each other’s buttons.

Abigail’s sniffles seem all gone and I’ve had her posted on the website (thanks, Joanna!).

I’m still worried about Claire’s digestion, but she seems ok. She active and playful and it looks like her breakfast stayed down. She’s not eating much, but she’s not a very big cat! Watchful is the word for the next few days. Socialization continues forwards and backwards. As I write, she’s crouched beside me. Between us is Arthur, on his back, gazing at her! I’m afraid if I go for the camera he’ll move. A far cry from her wanting to rip off his head when he first arrived (smelling like Tom cat) and she still had the kittens!! Heh, Arthur still loves the ladies. 🙂  He’s very curious about Abigail, too.

Arthur4 Claire IMG_3385I WISH I could get a picture of Abigail beside Arthur. She’s at least half his size — maybe less. I’ll have to work on it.

 

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About Adventures in Cat Fostering

I am a cat fosterer for Toronto Cat Rescue. I also have two cats of my own, Jonesy, the black and white, and Murphy, the brown tabby, in the photo. Both were adopted from Toronto Cat Rescue.
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