Mindy contacted me shortly after the Fortunatos first arrived. She had recently lost her sweet, 21 year old kitty, Pico, and after some encouraging words from her friend Jorie (who adopted Sue's fosters Tink (aka Lexie) and Sherman), she decided she was ready to bring some kitty love into her life again.
She came over to meet the Fortunatos, to pick a pair, and in the end, she picked three!!
On Saturday, Gaetano, Pippy, and Warren left our nest and moved in with Mindy. She's as happy as can be with her babes. Read (and see) for yourself!
Hi Laurie -- a little scary at first, but it only took an afternoon naptime on the couch w/ new mom...gaetano wormed his way up from my knees to chest when I irresistably gave a little pet. As they awoke I gave each a long pet and that was that! they are so willing to come ask for a pet!
And then bedtime --- ooh la la they're good cuddlers and sleepers. 3:11 was snacktime, but quickly back with booming purrs and all 3 plopped on my chest. I'm one lucky new mom! Returning to sleep was an issue(for me), but, they obliged me by sleeping until I finally woke (late).
I'm supposed to be working! but just stopped to watch them play -- ALL are very self-confident and equal buddies; their playing is hysterical! pip is tiny! but she holds her own. warren surprisingly seems to be the sensitive one, he 'disappeared' last night when I went out to water, I spent more than 1 hr looking for him -- then he reappeared - I have no idea from where! They are such a joy to watch - 3 is good! They sound like a pack of wild horses running down the maple floor hallway (ranch house, one floor, one end to the other -- whomp, whomp).
Seeing these three romp is powerful medicine for the heart! Love is unavoidable!