Apologies for the delay in new photos. I've
gotten everyone so spoiled with the slideshows! It has just been really busy with family, friends, and other projects
that have been interruptions from cats and kittens. Staying on top of basic chores has been all I've been able to
keep up with lately. But I'm working toward getting back into my routine, although some of these other things are
and your babies are all in my bedroom and the kittens have begun to explore away from their bed. That always makes Shiloh
nervous for a while until she's confident they won't get hurt or lost. She's a very paws-on mom. The
kittens are beginning to play with toys as well as more with each other. They sleep less and play more now. They're
drinking some water but not eating "real food" yet and litter box training is a lot of work at this stage because
they're still clueless.
about a week, I will be bringing them from my bedroom into the living area and "turning them loose" to explore and
play. That is when I'll start getting cute photos. Up until now they've mostly ate, slept, ate, slept.
They're all adorable and beginning to demonstrate different personalities. I'll soon be able to tell you more
about that regarding each one, as that is what is developing more right now. They are still little, not exactly running and
romping yet so much as cautiously exploring all the newness around them, exploring their own abilities, and playing more with
each other than just cuddling up to nap together so much. In other words, it's a transition time for them and Shiloh.
They're basically at the stage that a human baby is that has begun to learn to walk but still can't run, is curious
about everything around them but a little uncertain about some of it, wanting to venture from mom more but still very attached
to her and their siblings. Their bed is still their comfort zone they go back to. They're not bold enough to nap
just anywhere in the room. They still like the security of napping together and nursing on mom and having her groom
new photos any day now and next week pick up the slack when I've brought them into the living area where there are more
toys, a cat tower, and all kinds of new adventures awaiting them!