I feel safe with him too Schooner. :)
The hissing is all but over and we are able already to reach in and snuggle them up to our heart. Albeit, for only about 30 seconds at a time.. they are still kittens after all. I don't let my children hold them yet as they still spook pretty quickly but they are reaching in and petting them as often as the kittens are awake.
My husband has all but fallen in love with the little tuffy Tug and has consequently renamed him Rogue. I came home from dropping our beloveds off at school and off I pattered into the bedroom to find my husband exclaim like a little boy while snuggling with the little black kitten. "His name is Rogue! And, he's mine." lol What am I going to say?? I think his name should be Spirit personally but it's a no go. He's not mine after all. ;)
Our female Roxy has been wonderful coming closer and setting a very good example to teach the babies that humans are fun! They have been watching every move she makes as well.
She was sunning herself on her cat tower and looking very relaxed so I thought it would be a good time to introduce them informally. One by one I took the kittens to see her and she most certainly has her favorite. Interesting that her and Rogue have some stuff to work out between them however. I hope you enjoy the pictures. :)
Not too interested in Rogue.. nope.
Adorable and very playful Clipper. Clipper would rather play on the cat tower then worry about the bigger kitty on it.
Look at that face!
She's such a good seragote watchful Mom kitty!
And, this is how you scratch. Are you watching Schooner?
After you loosen everything up, it's time for a bath. She loves Schooner.
Schooner needs her love also. She would cry the most when she saw Roxy walk by.
She turned her back on Tug.. err.. Rogue. Aww.
But, all is not lost for Roque yet!
He just has to remember his manners and not poof and hiss at the Mama cat.
Spread the Love folks! :)