Well, I tried. Here they are and you’ll just have to take my word for it that they’re different kittens and they’re who I say they are! 😉
Will is the biggest, Neal is the purriest, Sloan is the smallest. Other than that I haven’t really sorted them out. They’re super playful and have already tipped over the lamp (and broken the bulb) and they keep turning off the internet.
And, of course, they’re staying longer than I expected. The vet who does the pediatric spay/neuters is all full up this week. So they can’t go until next week. Sigh. Bright side? It’ll give me a little more time to work on their socialization. They’re not afraid or skittish or timid; they’re just not that friendly. They’ll purr when I pet them but immediately stop when I pick them up.
Speaking of naming kittens … I reminded Ethan and Casey’s family that they could change their names. Mom had already suggested new names but the girls were horrified. They’re staying “Ethan” and “Casey”. 😉