This is what Onyx did for the entire time we were in the cat room last weekend. She turned into a lap cat! And it won her a home, she was adopted on Tuesday.
Milo and Atlas continued their games.
And Aberdeen continued to do her best to ignore the neighbors.
Max is a big brown tabby boy. I guess you could say he’s a max tabby…
“Not really funny, lady.”
This is Sylvester. He could also qualify for a whisker Wednesday, isn’t he rocking great whiskers?
He also has a pretty friendly disposition.
Adopted last week: Ninja!! And I did find out that Apple was adopted a few weeks ago. Tostitos got a stuffy nose and had to go see the vet.
Aberdeen and Ninja were not interested in participating in the antics of all those boys. They wanted to get petted, at least until the general overstimulation of the environment made them get a little growly. Then they preferred to be by themselves.
We didn’t let this guy out while we were there because we’d had word that he tended to pick fights… next time we’ll try to engage with him a little more.
This is Milo.
“How you doin’?”
He was a big rangy guy who had a lot of fun playing with the others.
He said hello to Pete, who didn’t mind one way or the other.
He said hello to Atlas, and they rumbled quite happily.
“Where’d he go?”
He even said hi to the humans.
He seemed on the whole like a good cat. He was a little unpredictable as to whether he’d be delighted with petting, or take a swipe, so we ended up being careful with him. We’ll see how he does after he gets used to things.
This is Pete the cat.
These are Pete’s toes.
Pete was a friendly sort who liked to be petted and didn’t get into altercations with the neighbors. He also groomed a LOT, you can see the thin fur on his left front leg there. I hope he’s ok.