Well, all the Easterbrooks left within an hour of each other on Thursday night. Usually the kittens sort of trickle out the door so we're not used to going from kitten-full to kitten-free in such a small window of time.
It was a bit of an adjustment, but it's OK. We feel great about where they went, which makes it all easier. Also, I know we'll be able to keep close tabs on these kittens, too.....
Astrid went first. She was adopted by a very sweet couple, Daniel and Thuc. They are serious cat lovers/spoilers, and have a beautiful, sleek, gray and white young-lady-cat named Mochie. You'll be happy to know that Mochie has a blog already, so you'll be able to follow her adventures with Miss Astrid by clicking HERE. They adore little Astrid already, so I know she'll do just great in her new home.
Thurston and Norma left together. They were adopted by adopted by my friend, Katy and her partner, Jerry. Katy and I go WAY back. WAY back. We were college roomies at Iowa State.
Katy and Jerry had been in the market for a pair of kitties since last fall. They both have a weakness for Tuxedos and cats with darker coats, and were hoping a litter containing those colors would come our way.
FINALLY they did. So, I gave Katy a call, and they came down to meet the Easterbrooks. They considered all possible parings, and even toyed with the idea of three for a brief moment. Eventually decided that Norma and Thurston were the ones for them.
I've gotten a couple of reports already, and Thurston and Norma are doing superbly. It's sounds like they're settling right in.
I couldn't be happier with the homes our kittens landed.
Hooray for three more happy endings!
Hooray!!!! : )