|Seriously, what is all that noise going on over there???|
|*hiss* *hiss* *spit*|
Neither set has been tested for Felv/Fiv, so we are going to wait to introduce them until the new guys are 6 weeks and can be officially tested (there are a few reasons for waiting until then, but all end in the fact that waiting till six weeks gives a more accurate reading) S&S haven't been tested yet either, but I think I'm going to wait until I have to bring the new guys in because there is no rush and they are in good health (for the most part)
S&S have started showing signs that they are progressing. Simon started washing his own foot (THANK GOODNESS!!) and both of them actually played with toys (prior to this it was they would bat at it and lose interest) When I was taking to the shelter they mentioned they are now six weeks old. They are an incredibly young six weeks. Normally they are eating well on their own (and not getting it all over themselves) cleaning themselves and playing for extended periods of time. So they are a little slow, that's OK..