Friday, October 30, 2009

loud vs. quiet

The Angels are aptly named it seems. They are the most low key, quiet and content kittens I think I have ever seen! They don't rush the door, they hang out on the condo, in the tent most of the time, but are easily drawn out to play. Dylan loves to be brushed. She will roll herself into a knot to get you to keep brushing. Alex purrs when you brush her too, but not quite as excited about it as Dylan. Sabrina on the other hand just seems to tolerate it.

Sleeping in the condo tent

As I said before, I treated them already for worms, which is standard procedure. Most if not all the kittens I have fostered hate panacure, and I have 3 days in a row of cleaning up white spots off of everything as they shake their heads and spit it out. These guys just took it. They didn't like it, but no panacure spray! They They have been so easy, I knew it was too good to last. Tonight I saw some blood in the stool. Not unusual, but I need to keep an eye on it. I will do another round of Panacure in a week, to make sure we get all those worms!

Dylan primps after dinner

Alex has mouse fever

Sabrina looks mad that I woke her up

The screamers seem to be fine. They want to eat about every hour it seems. I need to break that cycle! Bosley has me worried. He is not latching on to the bottle, and I am not sure he is getting enough to eat. He has been shaking his head, and keeps swallowing over and over. Just a minute ago I heard crying from the rate, and expected to see one of the orange boys screaming for a snack, but it shocked me to see it was Bosley, obviously in distress. I believe he is nauseous. I may have to get him to the vet tomorrow. He is content right now just being held. Hope I can get some sleep tonight.

Oh, I decided on names for the screamers. Shaggy and Scooby. (one has longer hair, and I was calling him shaggy, so it just sorta worked out that way.

Sleeping Screamers