Here are the two little angels we've been fostering in their super kitty bed, Guera (above) and Mimi (below). In one my last cat blogs, we had the surprise kitten thrown in the carport. That little darling was taken to Planned Pethood and adopted. So what's new enough in OUR cat commando to have to report again so soon?
The following week someone threw ANOTHER young kitten into the carport. This one was younger, a calico with a lot of black and brown and very little white, had a sinus infection, and didn't come from a family who was tired of her. She was more feral but not afraid of me; she seemed to think I was her mom. It was a wild couple of days with that one around, she did have to stay in the outside bathroom, but I fixed her up with food,water, catbox, blankets, attention and set the Vicks Vaporub jar near her to help her congestion. She was a sweet little kitty, AREN'T THEY ALL? Dammit! Someone decided to make it my problem. Maybe the neighbors don't realize our cats are fixed and that these cannot be our kittens that they find in the neighborhood! How's that for optimism?
I had to turn to Mimi the cat rescuer. She came to bail me out again, and because the kitty was gentle and catbox trained, she took it to Planned Pethood where she received treatment and was expected to be a good candidate for adoption. Again, thanks to Mimi for taking that adorable but impossible little problem out of my life.
Meanwhile, the little sisters have grown considerably these past two months. They learned how to open their bedroom door when they were ready to expand their territory. They are smart and paid attention. They learned a lot from the bigger cats. We had a person arrive to stay in the kittens' 'old room', and we moved them out into a larger running space. They now occupy the dining room, living room, and kitchen. Basically all the common areas in the house. Our commando is allowed out into the living space, but we have to keep all screen doors well shut because the little buggers are now ready to explore the outside. That is not part of the owner's plan. I am an open door person and I have to think twice about closing doors behind me. Same with Pablo. But so far so good. Our cats enjoy watching the kittens play, and so far they are all able to get along. Moka and Buster are the most jealous, since they take my attention from them. Not to mention we had a group meeting, humans and cats and decided the commando was already too large and no one else can be admitted. The cats are doing a great job on outsider cat security. But I have not done my part on interior security. I still cater to two adorable little darlings whose photos I now like to take. Here are some pics. In just another couple of weeks these kittens will be moving to a new home. Their experiences here have taught them quite a bit about other cats, kittens, humans,.....by the way they are not so afraid of humans anymore! Talk about a full house!
the favorite toy
this is how the other cats drink water, cool!