If Kabuki-san is not 100% back up to her normal little self since her injury over a week ago, she it so close that I can’t detect any limping. SO, she should be ready for her pre-adoption bath tomorrow and she will be leaving for her new home on Friday. Yesterday I found her lounging in the sun on the porch of the little cabin outside and thought she was so cute I ran for the camera. Oh, yes, and she was laying still, so that helped. Apologies to Kettle (Rosie’s) and Kennie Kumquat’s moms for not giving them equal ‘air time’ with photos. I will try to get more of them in the next few days. I have been able to get a daily video out of the 3 girls and that’s about it. (really rough couple of days with a migraine, so the kittens could and have been getting away with just about anything they want.) Rosie has managed to figure out how to leap over the kitten gate, so confining them without confining mom is no longer possible. They are now re-defining the term ‘raised under foot.’ Kumquat spent yesterday afternoon with me on the couch which was very sweet, and the other two napped in flower pots outside until I brought them in covered in dirt.
Kemo Sabe now has a new NEW name. After a day or so, it became apparent that her *real* name is Abigail (or Abby), but she will also be keeping her other names as well for an appropriately fancy Pedigree style name: Abigail Anderson Couper. With ‘Mythicbells’ in front once she’s spayed and registered. She is doing SO well and has won over every ones hearts in her new home and at her new vet’s, but most important, she has won over her new big brother (a Tonkinese) Oliver, and all in record time. WOW! Way to go Abigail.
Photos of Kabuki-san (Lolli):