I’m obviously looking for lots of positive reinforcement here to affirm the decisions we have made. We have determined the people who can look the other way, have no regrets, and never look back have it way easier than we do. They have it way easier because they don’t have this:
now residing in their pool house!
Six new kittens on the ride home from Grandma’s. The seventh one arrived later because we couldn’t find him the first time around. We just couldn’t sleep knowing we had left one lone kitten all by himself. So that afternoon we ran back up to Grandma’s and dug him out from under the brush pile they had been residing in.
I just flipped the lights on them. They have that “Mom, it’s early” look about them. One of them was already on his way over to greet me, so the picture is short one. *Sorry it’s fuzzy…..I guess we were all a little fuzzy this morning.
They get warm raw milk mornings, first thing when I get home, and right before bed. They haven’t quite mastered drinking from a bowl yet. There is a lot of snorting and sneezing going on.
Max and Murphy really do love each other.
Who doesn’t need a good rabbit-kick in the face to get them going in the mornings?
We are forever shaking kittens off our legs. Good thing it’s not shorts season.
Everyone has adjusted well. There is less hissing and snarling going on. Cooter is still a streak of orange out the pool house door in the mornings. He is ready for his independence outside away from all the little ones by the time 5:00 am rolls around.
Have a wonderful day!