Last night, I turned on the low light in the bedroom, laid down on my side on the bed and took out my secret weapon for scared kitties www.nekoflies.com
In just a matter of minutes, Arby was out from under the bed and joining in the play. I had some braised meat left over from dinner and I had chopped this up really fine and rolled it into small cream cheese balls. Those were at the ready. After about ten minutes of play, I dropped the meat balls on the floor and he was all over them. He is now out in the room playing with the others!
He has a striking mackeral tabby pattern- did you know that Mackeral Tabby isn’t a type of cat- but it is the pattern on the coat. They call it a Mackeral Tabby pattern because if you look at the face of these beautiful kittens or cats, you will see a dark M appeaing between their eyes and forehead.
Arby is now safe, he is out of the wind, the storms away from the nutrias. He doesn’t have to worry that the people in the care of him might forget to feed him, give him fresh water or even acknowledge he is alive.
He is a cute little bugger, I will give him that!
Mike said of the three business kitties we should name them “Eeenie,” “Meenie,” we don’t want no” MO”
It’s an old joke between us but it is still funny.
So in the bedroom, we have Arby, Scotty, Reese and Pippi. Upstairs we have Mr. Cool who loves people but he isn’t so keen with other cats right now.
In the barn we have Macy, Chalk, Tugboat, and Wiley.
On the porch are Puzzle, Baker, Turner, Barnum, Mecedes, MK, Chaplain, Tandem and Axle. In the house/enclosure we have Dash, McGee, Trump, Squirrel,Sierra, Taylor Riddle, ShyAnne, Fiona,Donovan, Fog, Piper,Tandy, Quincy,m Turtle and Mamasan- whew! I think the humans need to move out and make room for the cats! LOL