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Opposite cats are opposite

February 17, 2012

Our two other new friends this week were as different as different could be.

This is Amy.  She pretty much stayed like this.

She loved to be petted, and if I reached in and started scratching her head, she’d uncoil herself and slowly stretch her way out from under the little hut and onto the bed, but if I stopped long enough to take a picture she’d recoil right back in.

She’s a slim and pretty dilute torbie with tabby stripes in her coat.  I hope she improves enough to curl up in her cat bed, because she’s a sweetie who deserves to be seen.

At the other end of the personality scale was this young fellow.

Oops – blurry face there.  He’s a friendly, busy overgrown kitten named Romeo (his sister Juliet had already been adopted).  He kept busy running from cage to cage checking out the available toys.  For some reason, Tiger Lily seemed to think he needed more discipline, and she told him so whenever she met him.

He’s got the polytoes thing going on there – look.

Such thumbs.

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  1. February 19, 2012 6:51 pm

    They are both so beautiful! We love Romeo’s face (and toes!), and we have our paws crossed that Amy will feel more confident soon.

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