|Greer looking coy|
|Gilbert hangin' with the big boys|
|Coming home from an adoption event|
|Chewy being cute|
Later that day we headed out to an event around 1:00, to Wags and Whiskers. If you don't know, Wags and Whiskers is a community-oriented event for animal loving shoppers of all ages to spend an afternoon at The Village at Shirlington with their pet. The event features 50+ onsite exhibitors ranging from pet services and accessories to onsite adoptions.
We walked around, had lunch and ran into another foster friend. She said she was going out of town, and asked if we could take her 4 kittens for her.
|The pool kittens|
The first night, I was laying in bed reading, when I heard what I thought was my cat Ripley playing in the catch tray of the large ficus tree I have in the bedroom. I looked, only to discover it was not Ripley at all, but Sullivan! Not only that, but I found Tabitha under the bed too! Not good.
|Everybody into the pool!|
|This is the only time they are|
still enough to get a photo taken
Wow! What a good idea! It pretty much fills the room, it keeps them contained, and it's easy to clean! They are happy, have a lot of room to play in, and haven't really tried to get out. Bonus, I can sit in there with them, unlike having to take them out of the pack and play to give them any attention.
We should have them for another week, until their original foster mom gets back in town. Then I AM going to take a break!