As for Noah and Buttercup - they still call the Sanctuary their home for now.
Both are out of the intake room and spending time with some of the other very energetic kittens occupying the downstairs living area.
As you can see, learning to share becomes an important quality to have when one moves out of the intake and into the general living area. Here, there's a moment of harmony while everyone enjoys a quick cat-nap.
And, here's another moment- (even though "grandpa" Noah loves his little charges and has endless patience for them) there are times when a man just needs a little peace and quiet in his own bed!
Happily Noah is doing well now, just recently he had an acute bout with pancreatitis which is a very painful condition.
Additional fluids, proper diet and pain meds. helped him get through this tough time and he is returning back to his normal, lovable self.
Buttercup and Noah share their room with kittens Regan, Sidney and Domino. A lively combination that has helped Buttercup continue to adjust to her surroundings. Hopefully soon she'll find a home of her own too.
So, who's new in the intake room?
That would be our beautiful girl Tabby! She's about 8 years old- very affectionate and loves attention.
|OH YES SHE CAN STILL FIT INTO THAT KITTY BED!!|
A couple of things Tabby doesn't like: being told she needs to lose weight...... and living with other cats. (At least we haven't found one she's willing to live with yet). So if you're looking to adopt just one.........
Lastly, a few photos sent in of Abby and Chelsea, our girls that were recently adopted to a couple of our volunteers. (after some initial hurdles to clear). Word is the girls are adjusting wonderfully to their new home and have already become cherished and loved family additions!
|Abby & Chelsea enjoying their new home together|