I was going to not go up and see them, because frankly I'm starting to feel a little obsessed, but then I realized that with the snow coming in, I most likely won't be able to go see them until Thursday.
There was the evening clean up staff there, so I was able to get in to snuggle them. Once again I was told how much they loved me and how I should bring them home..
They didn't get the large play area, but they did open up the connector between two cages, so they have some stretching out room. I think this will be good for Peter, because it won't be so overwhelming when someone comes forward to see him. In the shelter the door would have to open, and that would cause him to run. It was why I originally put them in a cage. The community room they were in gave them more room to be a kitty, but also more spaces to hide. The way the cages are set up at PetSmart, people can walk by or walk up to and see the cats but not be intrusive. As I walked up, Tinsel was playing with a toy and Peter was watching
|Peter noticed me when I called him|
They both really enjoyed the attention I was able to give them. Tinsel fell right into my arms and laid on his back and you could almost feel the bliss he was feeling. Peter gave me a few licks which made me smile.
Btw, mawiesner they like other kitties are are also on the East Coast. Southern Maine to be specific.