I'm still having trouble with Mamou putting weight on. We're working on it.
For a cat that couldn't be placed, he is a really nice boy, I like him a lot. I like all of my FF kittys. I think that, because they aren't like most pet cats, people never get to learn their real personalities. These 3 are very sweet and loving, with a dash of hot sauce, and a lot of stubborness. I still love that our shelters/HS have a feral cat adoption program, or barn cat adoption program, depending on the shelter.
Anyway, he won't run from Krypto, as you know, and now he sleeps in his old place on one side of Dh's double wide chair, and Krypto claims the other side. Though, he's outgrowing it fast.
Recently, Krypto has leaned waaaay in to sniff Mamou. Mamou will let him, as long as he does nothing else, and doesn't overstay his welcome. Though, Mamou did sleep against my legs last night. So, they are working it out.
I've moved the cats' indoor feeding spot, so that no puppies can get to the food.
Tux just did something interesting!
As you may remember, I've been positive that Tux grew up with one or more dogs originally. He doesn't mind Frankie being around, whereas the other 2 don't want to be around when he shows up.
And, we know that Krypto is pretty exhuberant about, well, everything. Cats included.
Well, Dh was going into the someday-office from the outside door, and we thought that it would be a good experience for Krypto to go into another door. So, he got leashed, went outside, and was walked into the back room.
When they came out, Tux was in the outdoor kitchen, and while Dh was locking the door, Tux walked up to Krypto, and touched his kitty nose right to Krypto's nose!
Krypto was so surprised that he didn't do anything. Then, Tux did the same again, and attempted to rub his head on Krypto's!
At that point, Krypto unfroze and went into play mode. Tux took his leave then. But still...! Well, that was interesting!
Uhura is not rushing back outside as quickly as she has been, since the dog came home, but if he's in full blown play mode, she eats and runs. But, a couple of days ago she settled on my legs and hung out for quite some time.
The Kitty Kampers are fine, but getting older. One was never young, and we've had them for 11 years now.
The hens are likewise fine. The 90's - low 100's weather has been better for them. And, they still get the mister in the back of their run.
One of them, a Wyandotte who is partially silver (maybe a mix of red and silver laced, they got it wrong at the feed store last year. So, that's just my best guess.) is laying very large eggs once a week or better, and they have double yolks! It's fun to get those. Even more fun when you hard boil them and cut them lengthwise.
Well, that's all of the non-dog news here! I hope that all of your critters are doing well, too!
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