Well we had a pretty event filled weekend.
Friday I went to the shelter to pick up some more shredded food for Elsa. But not the chunked food, or the shredded by that OTHER company, the RIGHT shredded foods or she won't eat. While I was there one of the staff members mentioned to me they had some not so social kittens in the back that could use my touch.
I went to go see them. They were hunkered in the back of the cage trying to be invisible and I so needed to help them. And Ella so very much needed a sibling or three, so I agreed to take them.
Elsa has always seemed very interested in The Crew.. never aggressive or upset when they sit in the window, so I figured it would just be a matter of time before everyone could be fully integrated. I'm not a huge fan of doing this, mixing litters, but sometimes the benefit does outweigh the risk. The risk being that even though they were all tested for disease, they could still be harboring something or have something they can't test for. Sadly it has happened to me in the past, so I know how real the risk is. The benefit would be better socialization of the new three kittens, a better mannered Ella, and very possibly new communication skills for Elsa. So home they came.
|a positive first step|
|What's this?? What's that?? OMC FOOD!!!|
|Hey, what are you??|
|Momma Momma.. LOOK!!|
|Why hello you three|
|Why are you locked up??|
|What's with the flashy box|
|That gray kitten in the far left side is a photo|
|You so need to be licked..|
|lick lick lick|
|What about me??|
|ooh, what is so interesting?|
|a twist tie - more on this later|
|Hi pretty girl|
|and this is where it starts to go down hill...|