My name is Naomi, my mom's name is Michelle, and we are the family that adopted Boots (now named Pip) and Pants (now named Toothless). I know we were supposed to keep you updated with pictures of them, but everything just got so busy, with taking care of them and working. But here we are now!! You will find enclosed, pictures of the kittens form their first day home (4/22/2015) to the present.
At first they were very shy. So shy in face, that they hid under the smallest space they could find and refused to come out. Not even for food! Little Pip was skittish, very cautious, and would hiss a little if we got too close to him. Little Toothless was a little shy too, but much more adventurous and eager to play.
They had a good first week in the bedroom and then Naomi couldn't get enough sleep with 2 little kittens running around and causing trouble. So they were moved to the family room, where they had plenty of toys and room to run around and not disturb anyone. We've slowly been introducing them to different rooms of the house, all the while keeping a close eye on them. So far they have access to the family room and and the sun room. We hope that soon, they will have free range of the house!
They got all their vaccinations and shots and are going to be spayed and neutered next week (7/20). Both are strictly indoor cats, the only time they are ever outside is when they are taken to the vet in their pet carriers. You may also notice that their claws are colored, no it's not nail polish (everyone thinks that, haha!), they are softpaws, little non-toxic vinyl caps with a smooth end that simply glue onto the cat's claws. The caps and dry glue are non-toxic, so if the cat swallows them, the cap will just pass harmlessly through their digestive system. They are a great alternative to declawing and the cats look fashionable and adorable.
Thank you so much! We'll try to keep you updated better, with more pictures!
-Naomi and Michelle