Sylvester strutted into our lives as a confident kitten and has been a social fellow. Early in his fostering it was found he wasn't litter trained, but this was quickly resolved. It's with happiness I can report he has been using the litter pan for five days in the row....no more worries.
Sneakers was the opposite personality of his outgoing brother. He was a bit shy and liked to hang out in their crate for a few minutes before venturing out to see what his brother was purring about. After several days, Sneakers became more confident and comfortable; he now loves human attention and enjoys playing with his brother and humans.
Both Sneakers and his brother are vocal kittens and are showing they might be great 'talkers' as they grow older. They both have already exhibited climbing skills, found themselves in a little predicament, and yelled to us for rescue.
Let's just say the old phrase, "curiosity killed the cat" has proven somewhat true except our babies are very much alive and well.
Today, the newcomers met foster cat, Hamster. Their meeting was good, and Hamster proves again he can be a cordial "big brother" to yet more fosters. Of course, we monitor them closely to ensure the kitten's safety, but must brag that Hamster does great in his behavior and doesn't seem to mind having little ones around. He knows he's the prince while I continue to be spoil him, and he enjoys being rewarded with bonito flakes every time he has good interactions with the babies.
All of the fosters enjoyed visits over the past several days with a friendly human as well as a house guest for the weekend. Their interactions with visitors prove these three will be great pets for someone in the future. What a rewarding experience for this foster mama. With tons of love for the babies, we at Adopt Charleston Cats send best wishes for a purrfect week to all our readers. Thank you for visiting.