Chasing laser light, playing in garden with "Mommy", putzing in
Red laser light and/or furry fer
Anything new and adventurous...she is a baby.
Haven't found that yet! :-/
Boo's mother and aunt were dropped off pregnant on top of a mountain road. After rescuing them, within 12 hours of each other, they gave birth to 10 kittens total. With the help of a local news website, volunteer help from a vet upstate from us and the help of people donating homes, money, foods, litters, all the kittens were adopted out...except Boo, who became the 6th feline addition to our home.
Rachel was found under my step-sons porch. They tried to catch her for a month..she came right to me! Rachel has 4 deformed feet, two of which have already been operated on and is on medication for life for a sort of OCD issue. This cat could not love us anymore than she does.
Miss Kitty is another "found" kitten. She came around for about 3 months to eat food we would leave for her until she finally let us "touch" her. We finally caught her by throwing a towel over her and shoving her in a cat carrier to get her to the vet. She came home spayed and that was the last time anyone has touched her unless SHE graces YOU with a brush up against your leg. She does not bite, but she does not willingly allow petting or holding either. Our Vampire Cat only comes out to play when everyone is in bed!
My son, Donald, found Baby Jack when he was just a few weeks old, crying in the middle of a cornfield adjacent to our yard. Donald followed the cries until he found him and of course...brought him home. He's been here since. Jack is incredibly docile and has a "sexiness" about him...and he knows it!
Brandi was only 6 weeks old when we adopted her. She has been brought up with all the cats and I sometimes think she thinks she's a cat. She is the best behaved canine I've ever had and has been so loyal to this family.