Monday, December 2, 2019

Holiday travels

Mom went to visit her family for Thanksgiving. Since Dragon and Wyvern are much smaller and the pet sitter was scheduled for once a day, mom decided to take them along with her. She took the Sturdi crate and set it up in the back seat for the kittens. Plus she figured it would be a safe way to keep them contained in her parents' house.

See? Custom baby jail. Though if you look closely, the one door is rolled up. After a couple of hours mom decided to let them out to run around a little bit. The crate is nice but not enough space for active kittens to run off some energy.
They quickly discovered they could climb the crate, walk across the night stand and sleep on the bed. Mom was going to leave them out all night but Wyvern wouldn't leave her alone, so they slept in the crate.
Friday night mom went over and spent the night with the kid (her niece). The kittens - especially Wyvern - loved all over her.

Grandma and Grandpa's dog decided to help with the decorating for Christmas.


  1. We love your parent's tree skirt! Well, we love all tree skirts, but our human especially likes that one.

  2. That IS a fabulous tree skirt, I've never seen one with that design. Lovely.

    Seems like the little ones did well! Great opportunity to get them used to travelling and give them opportunities to socialize. :-)

  3. It sounds like a nice bit of holiday for everyone. I'm glad the kittens' enjoyed the trip, and permitted you to enjoy it, too.

  4. "Have kittens, Will Travel!" LOL!
    That quilt in deep peacock blue is to DIE FOR!

  5. How cool that Dragon and Wyvern got to come along on the family trip. It sounds like they have a good time... and actually crating them part of the time was good discipline for them! It's something all us show cats learn.

  6. We're glad everyone had a nice holiday visit.

  7. I'm not certain I'd want to travel with two small kittens, but obviously it went well. Glad you had a bit of a vacation with time with family. My goodness your niece is growing up!


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