New Normal

I let the kittens in tonight to visit Anna.  Anna was in a nook right behind me.  Davout politely ignored her but Rhea was full stalker…

She crept a little closer…

Anna was good and didn’t hiss at her.  She deserved one though.

When I broke Rhea’s concentration Anna left her cubby and went up to the window.  She got pretty close to Davout who was exploring the rest of the room so he got a little hiss.

I got Rhea in and sat her on my lap on the sofa facing Anna and neither started any fuss.

Since she was pretty good, we all went down for some playtime.  It was a stand up day for them both.

Rhea the Bear

Davout puts the hurt on the toy.

Rhea prepares for a jump.

There was just a last minute crazy thing.  Harrison was scratching on a tree and Rhea got crazy, looked down from the top then did a thunder run back, through the stair rail and all the way upstairs.  Davout saw this and gave chase.  Then they both came all the way down again.

 

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4 Responses to New Normal

  1. Beth King says:

    Beautiful cats. I enjoyed reading this bog tonight.

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  2. Lurkertype says:

    I’m glad Anna is calmer. Even when that little stinker Rhea deserves it.

    Did Harrison react to the kitten craziness?

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  3. So wonderful that Anna seems to be settling down and not letting Rhea get to her as much!
    Gotta love the crazy runs, cat thunder is such a great sound! I wonder if Davout went after her, though, to make sure she didn’t go bug Anna?

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