We had two little tabby boys on Saturday. One was by himself and the other had been left behind when his much more flamboyant sister (calico, polydactyl) was adopted. The toes from yesterday belonged to the little guy left behind.
I’m pretty sure this is the OTHER tabby boy but I’m not 100% positive, they looked very similar.
Then we had this little pair. The sister was so much smaller than the brother that she must have had a different father/different amount of time growing. But she was energetic and curious.
She fit in a sweatshirt pocket.
She fit in a purse.
She fit on a shoulder.
We were back in the cat room Saturday after two weekends away. Our friends Luxray and Robyn were gone – we think they were rotated to another store but we aren’t positive. In their places we got lots of kittens, many of whom were adopted and others of whom went back for colds, fleas, or some other kitten thing.
This little girl has been in the cat room for a week or so. She is about six months old and very sociable. She starts to call out as soon as anyone comes in the room, wanting to get attention and be let out. She was so busy that it was hard to get a good picture. I got this one when a tiny kid on the outside of the door was entertaining her with faces.
She loved toys.
She didn’t mind Louie as long as he didn’t pounce on her.
Altogether she was a pretty cool little cat.
I got nuthin’ this week so here are some pictures of Caspar. (Did I mention he’s a Last Chance cat? Not from our store but from another PetSmart nearby to us.) The others are very unhappy he is here, but no one has resorted to actual violence so I think we are doing ok.
Growling but no violence…
He’s got a crush on Daphne.
Why are you hissing, you’re so purty!
Is that not a look of love??
But she is not moved… just hissing.
This sweet girl must have been a mom at some point to have acquired her name. I showed you her toes the other day.
She was sleeping when we arrived, but it quickly became clear that she loved to have someone come by and pay attention to her.
We will not be in the cat room for the next TWO Saturdays! I will try to stop by here with pictures of our kitten so things won’t fall totally quiet.
We had a few kittens with us on Saturday; several were adopted by the end of the weekend, including a pair that went together.
This little pair was a mixed litter – the boy was at least a month older than the girl and significantly bigger, but they seemed happy together.
She was adopted during the weekend.
Then there was this pair. One was adopted – I forget which!
Then there was this pretty set of three girls. When we arrived, there was a family there who couldn’t decide between two of them; someone came back and adopted both, we hope it was them. The little grey one was left behind.