I still cook chicken everyday for Halo while we search for a cat food she can digest. I've tried adding a few carrots or peas, but she's not enthusiastic about the vegetables. She still receives some kitten food each day as well as a bit of dry food for sensitive digestive system.
Mason and Paddington still play with each other. They sleep together too but now they might do that next to me. Halo is sleeping much better and doesn't seem to be on guard as much. She knows we're taking care of Mason and Paddington too. The two days after Tia left for her adoptive home were difficult, but that was when we opened the rest of th house to Halo and the kittens to distract us all. We've settled into a happy rhythm that is working.
Tia is settling into her new home. She's bonding well with her new mom and dad. She has met her two older feline brothers and is testing the waters and getting to know them. I wish her a strong friendship with them and lots of love.
We're going to enjoy this last week with Mason. He's often the fist to sit with me. I love him dearly. There is no way to socialize these precious babies without loving them and getting attached.
This has been an experience I'll never forget. If you want to make memories and you love cats, adopt a kitten...or two!
©2014 Karen Rose Smith