I would like to apologize for the lack of kitten photos on the blog recently.
The reason there has been a lack of kitten photos is that during and immediately after the actual moving the kittens were not here. But now they are, so for now we can return to our regularly scheduled kittens.
Tessa spent about twenty four hours howling her head off when she first arrived in the new place and now has returned to normal:
So far she’s been keeping away from the electrical cords, too, which is good because they are one of her favorite things to chew.
Bucket stayed in her carrier for a few hours and continues to be skeptical about this whole thing.
But overall they seem to be adjusting fairly well. The one thing that both of them are taking issue with, though, is the fact that they are not allowed in my new office. Which normally wouldn’t be a problem but it has a glass door, so this is what I’m looking at as I type:
Or rather, this is what’s looking at me. Sometimes there are confused meows and once in a while there is plaintive glass-pawing. Then they usually get bored and wander away. Hopefully they’ll get used to it, the office is still too much of a mess of cords and kitten-inappropriate things to allow them access. They have plenty of other interesting places to flop.
Lincoln · August 10, 2011 at 12:37 pm
I can relate to the cord problems. 2000 dollars worth of surgery later, the cats have some areas that are now off limits. Alice is the worst, but Cheshire is pretty ok.
erin · August 11, 2011 at 6:47 pm
Twice Tessa has chewed cords to the point of sparks and smoke, and still that has not deterred her. Fortunately she hasn’t caused herself any harm. Yet.
And it will come as no surprise that I love your kittens names.
Petra · August 10, 2011 at 4:20 pm
So cute! I suddenly have the urge to get a cat. I had one when I was younger and miss it, but have become highly allergic to them since then. I guess I could always get a Sphynx 🙂
erin · August 11, 2011 at 6:48 pm
Considering everything I own is covered in fuzz, I am pro-hairless cat. They’re oddly adorable.
Carla Krae · August 12, 2011 at 8:19 am
Such pretty kitties. I love that last shot of “Please let me in?” My cat meows at my bedroom door if he doesn’t notice I went to bed, then figures out Mom’s gone.
Laura Miller · September 9, 2011 at 5:41 pm
Those kittens are HUGE. The tail reminds me of a Maine Coon but they are very cute and I imagine, very sheddy (is that a word?) They also look like siblings. So great to find another writer/ unabashed cat lover.
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