Harp and Peroni
Carling is doing much better being NOT with the kittens. In fact, she would like out of the crate thank-you-very-much (yeah...that isn't going to happen).
Thanks for the feedback on Monday's post. Especially this time of year it can be frustrating. We wish we had a magic wand for Goldfish, but no such luck. There were a couple of suggestions:
1. Keep her completely separate from the other cats in the house and completely dependent on mom. Unfortunately the only place that would be possible would be the bathroom and there are too many places for her to hide or get into trouble.
2. Find a no other cat foster home short term. Unfortunately again, this just isn't possible. Due to a second wave of young kittens, our foster homes are full. Plus they all have pets of their own.
Hopefully the little ones can show her that being friendly is a good thing and that will rub off on her. For now mom will keep trying to make friends.