Thursday, February 4, 2016

Building kitten-y confidence - aka playtime


Playtime is vital for young kittens. It helps build eye / paw coordination, it stimulates the mind and the body, and it helps build self-esteem and self-confidence. Our little black kitten is much more outgoing than her tabby sister, so we worked on pulling her out of her shell.  My husband attempted to get them to play while I took photos, and I want to say: Robyn, you should be very thankful for Fred and his excellent skills in helping you get those photos.


I was very impressed that we were able to coax the tabby girl out into the room to play with the toy, seeing as yesterday she ran from it.  She is slower to trust that her sister, but she can do it... which is good.

Lemon was apparently just happy to have someone watch the kids for a while...


12 comments:

  1. I bet that little tabby girl comes all the way out of her shell sooner than later!

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  2. Awww so squeeee cute they are <3

    XOXO

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  3. yay for playtime (and good babysitters)

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  4. Nice action shots! The kittens are all round and tumbley, and spiked-out fur. Adorable!

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  5. Nice shots ! It's wonderful that the little tabby girl finally begin to play ! Purrs

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  6. Few things better than to watch kittens play.

    Emma and Buster

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  7. Gosh, they are so so cute. And the pictures are terrific.

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  8. Watch them for a while, will ya? I need a nap.

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  9. The black kittten looks so much like our Sweetpea who at 17 is not much bigger.

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  10. They sure are learning those skills quickly.

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  11. At their rowdy age, Lemon must be enjoying the break from their roughhousing!

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  12. Such cuties, they look like they are training for the kitten bowl.

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