Mom ran errands on Saturday morning and then left for a few hours in the afternoon.
This is Pearl. She had previously been adopted and was a "victim" of divorce and a new girlfriend. A couple stepped up to take her as a foster to adopt and mom got to meet them as the final hand off. Pearl is a sweet 6 year old girl and after talking for a few minutes, mom bets this is going to be her new family.
Freedom is in the tower by herself now. She is pretty snotty and mom didn't want Liberty getting sick too. Also, mom was hoping that separating the girls would help with their socialization. Freedom, despite being caught several times per day to have her nose cleaned and be medicated is doing better.
Liberty is now living in the foster space. This is her hanging with Barley. The boys are smaller, but they hold their own and find Liberty pretty fascinating. However, Liberty is still pretty skittish around mom.
Barley and Hops are doing well. Healthy and very social. Mom weighed them and they are just under 2 pounds, so another couple of weeks and they should be ready to go. Which means, based on the clinic schedule the last time mom called, she should schedule these two soon.
Freedom discovered the hammock in the cat tower. She spends most of her time sleeping in it, but will also hang her head over the side. Not sure if it is just comfortable or helps her breathe better.
Barley and Hops are such tiny little ones and they have such sweet faces.ReplyDelete
All of them are so cute. and hey, we felines specialize in resting in odd poses.ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Pearl! Yippee for everyone seeming to do well (and getting better)!ReplyDelete
Don't you love it when the new 'significant other' makes the pet insignificant? I had a girlfriend who didn't care for my attitude toward my cats. I still have the cats.ReplyDelete
good for you!!! mom says that any guy that doesn't pass the "cat test" gets shown the doorDelete
We are so happy that Pearl is in a great foster home now. It sounds like a much better place than where she lived formerly (it's unconscionable when a new human relationship dictates that a furry family member has to go)!ReplyDelete
Sending purrs that Liberty is all better, real soon.
There is something ironic about a kitten named Freedom being locked up! MOLReplyDelete
apparently she was thinking the same thing this morning - she was bouncing all over the tower as mom was leaving for work MOLDelete
Awwwwwww what a bunch of supurr sweet kitties, we so hope that they all get furever homes asap!ReplyDelete
Basil & Co xox
Liberty looks mighty comfy in that hammock. Being able to elevate her head with the incline of the hammock may well help her breathe, like propping an extra pillow under a human's head. Only a kitten in a hammock is way cuter!ReplyDelete
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Am I crazy or are there two babies in the tower with Freedom? I need to go through previous posts to see what I missed. Or get my glasses checked.ReplyDelete
The kittens are so cute. Paws up to your mom in helping to get Pearl to her new home.ReplyDelete
We send our purrs that Freedom will be feeling better furry soon. Love seeing Barley and Hop hanging out with Liberty.ReplyDelete
Good luck to Pearl too - we sure hope she gets her furever home.
Sasha, Sami, & Saku
Paws crossed for Pearl finding a new home. Hope it works out. She looks like a lovely dog. Love the picture of Freedom in the hammock.ReplyDelete
Freedom looks mighty comfy in that hammock!ReplyDelete
Good luck to Pearl! She looks like a sweetheart!
Purrs that they are all healthy soonReplyDelete