It’s been a little over 3 months since Sugar and Spice were found abandoned along the road near the Cathouse. Within a week, both were seriously ill with a mystery disease that caused high fever and joint pain. Dr. Kevin saved the day (again) and we soon had them well and back to normal.
Surprisingly, we had no problems with the older cats. They accepted the kittens without any problems other than a few hisses here and there at the very beginning.
Dr. Kevin estimated their age at throw-away to be 4 or 5 weeks, which makes them about 4 months old now.
Spice already knows how to “turn her back” when displeased. She does not like the flashy box.
They soon will make another trip to Dr. Kevin’s for spaying. (Shhhh, don’t tell them.)
Sleeping is a fine art when you are 4 months old. Just ask Spice.
Spice is very active (when not sleeping) and curious about everything we humans undertake to do. She finds herself in the bedroom a lot due to her intense desire to learn how to cook.
Sugar loves pillows. She has that sleeping thing down pretty good, too.
Sugar is less pushy, but still wants to know what’s going on. She is more shy and reserved than Spice.
Do you detect a bit of the oriental in those eyes?
These babies have brought excitement and joy to the Cathouse. The older cats are playing with them and getting much needed exercise. They had become 100% couch potatoes until the kittens arrived. We humans find ourselves totally entertained by the antics that only kittens can do.
To whomever left them to die,…a pox on you.
To the Angel that led me to them,… many thanks.
To other rescuers who spend so much of their own time, money and effort saving abandoned kitties and puppies,… God Bless You.
~~ The Kitties Mommy