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Old 06-03-2005, 02:40 PM   #11
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I am so excited for you and look forward to more pics!
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omg, lots more pics, don't you guys worry!
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you will have a blast, just be prepared, after not having a kitten in the house for a while, be prepared for mayhem! We rescued an abaondoned kitten and i bottle fed him, my 3 adult cats didn't like him at first, but then they stated playing with him and i would catch them cleaning him too. Unfortunately i had to give him away (im only supposed to have 2 cats in my apartment and i have 3) But i forgot how frisky and active kittens could be! You will have a blast.
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Be prepared for the following behavior from your present cat:

Lowering of the spine
Walking as if crawling
lowered ears
continous hiding
hissing...lot's of hissing.
An occassional litter dump

These are only temporary and will go away as the acclimation period adjusts.
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Thanks bill! Casey (adult cat) has been through another kitten meeting/adjusting stage with the cat my parents still have at their house....she was a rescue as well.

I will keep the kittens in the bathroom, with the door closed for most of monday evening to get them used to each other, then Tuesday, see how it goes!
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they are in my office right now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Lori...put the kittens down...do it now or it will be too late. You won't get any work done and your co-workers are going to gather at your desk as well.
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Keep holding the kittens!! It has been medically shown that their fuzzyness will keep you from doing work!
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Yea!!! Im so excited for you! I miss having a baby around the house.
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Why can't they stay that small and cute? They just gotta get bigger, more arrogant, and less fun to hold. :|
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