It always needs time and good nerves to the cats approach and have cleared her rank order, with small handycap we supply with more dear and get back also them. To hear nice you have well stood your second syringe, I hope it is getting better for your health, hugs Maria
A high five for you and an extra treat for Parfait. I've followed Parfait's story and knew your love and patience would help Parfait become a full member of the family. I'm delighted to hear the feline part of the family is slowly melding. You must be smiling. BTW, how is your rash doing?
My rash is gone and I just got my 2nd injection by fed x today, so Tuesday I give myself another shot and pray I don't have any problems...thank you for asking, Karen....
Congratulations!!! Love and patience pays off...
My Razz was adopted and became a love bug.
Smokey his brother has to go on special needs. He is a love bug too. Purrs all the time. Smokey has a grade three heart murmur and breaths hard when he plays. He has a fast heart beat. We had a heart echo done on him and he does not need meds. He is on a low fat low salt and high protein diet. Otherwise he is a very loving playful kitten who loves being on you to be cuddled.
I am so happy Pafit is going to have a great life with you both. thanks for what you do for these cats. It takes a lot of patience I know...
Oh, poor Smokey, but good for Razz!! You are a rock star for getting these guys re-homed....congrats!! Yes, patience is the key!!
Oh! Vicki, you are such a star. These cats sure know where to find a good home. Hugs Maureen
Ahhhhhh. Like a family. Getting along and then a spat. This is already a major step to peace in your cat family
That's wonderful news. Our 2 cats still have occasional tiffs now and then so I guess the hissing and growls are natural.
A great milestone.
Glad to hear that she is now roaming around your home. I'm sue she will settle in soon. Love Chris