There is something fosters and cat people call "single kitten" syndrome. Young kittens without a mom or siblings tend to be mouthy and pushy because they don't get bitten or slapped back.
Gordon has an evil version of it. He is SO bitey and will slap too. Mom us trying to break the habit but he gets excited and it gets worse. He may need a friend to teach him better lessons.
He can be sweet but right now no family would adopt him. He is not gentle at all.
But he is cute.
A day with Da Boyz, and Gordon would be smacked into shape!ReplyDelete
Or, maybe they'd just run away from him...chickens!
Sweetie, however, would bust his little chops; she takes no guff.
I guess it's time to find another kitten for Gordon to play with. :) He's sure adorable!ReplyDelete
dood....ewe iz a cutie buddy :) ☺☺♥♥ReplyDelete
Einstein was like that but then had the worst educator, Rumpy, who never had limits and had his own issues from growing up in the same situation. I would try a firm tap on the nose. Just enough to get his attention with a "NO" and then short time out. Or a surrogate Mom?ReplyDelete
Awww...he sure is. :)ReplyDelete
Adorable for sure! But yeah, he needs a roommate, preferably one that won't let him get away with anything. Maybe a tortie kitten.ReplyDelete
He needs a friend or a young adult cat that won't put up with his shenanigans. My younger cat (4) is the bane of my old (19) cat's existence. Marie was very sick as a kitten and didn't get lessons from her siblings. She did survive and was spoiled rotten, but there is a price to pay.ReplyDelete
Gordon needs a bigger kitty to let him know when enough is enough.ReplyDelete