They’re starting to play

Sort of.

They are definitely getting to the adorable stage. They come running when I get down and talk to them!! I am disproportionately please with that. It’s happened before, of course, but usually when I’ve been a source of food — not just because. Jasmine usually runs to greet me (unless there is a very serious milk bar session happening) so maybe that’s it.

I also heard their first purrs!!! So sweet. And little Cosmos purred when I skritched his belly.

Cosmos

The biggest development over the weekend is that Quince may be a girl! One of the other fosters and her daughter came to visit the kittens. Isabelle is VERY experienced. She confirmed the other three boys but seemed pretty sure that Quince is a girl. Poor lighting and a screaming kitten made it difficult. I always say it’s not 100% until the vet says so. 😉

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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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10 Responses to They’re starting to play

  1. niasunset says:

    they are so lovely, Blessing them all. There is an orange collar in one of them, what is this ? I wondered. Thank you, Love,nia

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  2. Two of them have collars (orange, green) because there is no other way to tell them apart right now! For the ones with no collar, one is very BIG 😉 and one has a very little bit of white on his chin.

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  3. niasunset says:

    I see, thank you dear, they are so lovely. 🙂 kisses for them, nia

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  4. cuteness – it is good to be loved for reasons other than being the bringer of food 🙂

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  5. Elizabeth says:

    So sweet…maybe, if she is a girl, growing up with three brothers will make her tough eniugh to handle Benson! 😄

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  6. And sometimes even when the vet says so, they’re wrong! We thought Dexter was a girl because the vet told us. (That vet didn’t work there long!)

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  7. Connie says:

    lol.. glad I wasn’t the only one that has had a vet be wrong before.

    And what is this ‘getting to the adorable stage’ you speak of? aren’t all their stages adorable?

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