- Dec 11, 2015
- Naperville, IL
He IS doing so well!
I know, it blows my mind. I'm more or less just letting him move at his own pace.He IS doing so well!
I'm so happy!He is walking very normally, a tiny bit stiff legged but that is certainly to be expected. And he looks great overall!
Then she got mad at him because he was starting to get pushy. LOL. Enough already! Her little squeal at the beginning.WOW!!
I think that's why the foster mom wanted them to be adopted together. She said they were really bonded. In Lulu's defence, Ash was playing quite aggressively with her last night. He's not usually like that. He had a hold of the back of her neck and wouldn't let go. Not sure what that was about. I'm glad the videos worked. Not sure what I did wrong before.Those are just charming. First they are all in love, which is so cute when cats bond like that, and then she needs time to reconsider. My avatar is like that with the boy cats. She plays, then gets that "stand back" look in her eyes and the tail starts going up and down.
Last night he snuggled in bed with me under the covers. Got all comfy and stretched out on my chest. If I turned my head in the opposite direction to him, he would reach up and paw my face. I was thinking to myself, why is this animal so adorable? Even with his little peach fuzz bum. I must have fallen asleep like that because he was at my feet when I woke up. Maybe I will try a onesie again. My daughter brough over a couple that her cats had. It isn't cold in here at all but to him it might be.It is a definite possibility that he might be very cold, having lost so much fur on his body for that surgery.