cat in a bag (Marzen)
carefully inspecting the alien object
giving it a taste - just in case
The kittens still have some intestinal issues (let's just leave it at that) and are on meds. Mom also found some flea dirt on one of them, so everyone got flea treated last night...even Goldfish. Mom had the meds in her pocket and snuck up on Goldfish while she was eating.
Hopefully once their meds are done and the fleas are dead, the kittens will start being more and more playful. They are obviously pretty tiny for their ages but then again Carling is pretty little and was supporting 6 kittens, so it is to be expected. The upside is that with the exception of Kilkenny, the little kittens are pretty friendly and seek attention. Harp will kind of sneak around but doesn't mind being held. Kilkenny can be held, but you do have to actually catch him first.
Nothing but a box is better than a paper bag.The kittens are too cute.Hope they get to feeling better. Have a super day.ReplyDelete
They're so cute! We, too, have had cats that showed no interest in paper bags, and others who couldn't get enough of them. We hope the babies are all better real soon.ReplyDelete
They will grow into paper bag tormentors soon enough!ReplyDelete
I like the phrase about your mum having the medicine in her pocket. I think I know what was meant, but it gave me the image of a real cat-parent, ready for anything - even with flea-treatment on her person at all times.ReplyDelete
This is so adorable! I love the photos that you were able to capture of the kittens playing in the paper bags! Thanks for the share, have a fantastic rest of your day. Keep up the postsReplyDelete
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We bet they was just being shy, and they'll grow to love the bag soon. They makes such fun noises!ReplyDelete
We bet they’ll find that bag interesting soon.ReplyDelete
They're so cute. Excellent bag inspectors, too.ReplyDelete
You do an amazing job socializing those little guys. It's nice to show them how to play with paper bags, it's so much fun ! PurrsReplyDelete
I'm glad they're friendly. That's important! They just need a little push, health-wise.ReplyDelete