Rhea loves the feather wand toy. I can just leave it sitting on the bed in front of her and watch her eyes get wider and wider and wider…
She’s so enamored that now that I am downstairs working she dragged the toy from the bedroom all the way down the stairs…then two thirds of the way upstairs and played there for a bit…then dragged it a third of the way down and left it. Now she is running sprints from the garage to the bedroom and back like a maniac while Davout follows at a walk wondering what is going on.
It’s blurry because the bedroom is dark, but I like the whiskers and the yawn.
Anna is getting more playful with me, but when she’s done she’s done and jumps up to these shelves. I closed the door to her room after another incident where Rhea and her ended up close and making noise. I know Rhea will chase Anna if she runs away which is probably at least the trigger. When I break things up Rhea doesn’t seem too angry at Anna. I can even bring them close with Rhea facing the other way without either side reacting much. While I had the chance I did the same with Davout and he was so funny…he was very limp and boneless, but he did his whispering hiss at me a few times.
It is a little disappointing that the mixing seems to have regressed, but there’s no rush if Anna doesn’t want to go out of her room for a little while longer.
Anna plays with the red rope. After a few tries she decided she needed a better spot for defense than this couch.
She would pounce on the string, flip up the rug a bit, toss it up in the air.
She did this for a while then jumped up to the shelf. I gave her some wet food that she seems to be eating more of. A few weeks back she pretty much stopped eating that at all. She did eat plenty of dry food so it isn’t like she was starving, but I wondered why the change.
Rhea, on the other hand, almost never gets tired of playing.
I got her to roll over a few times by moving the toy over her back. Silly girl.