We got our first Christmas card today!!! We were so excited that I tried to eat the card so I could keep it forever!
Hi Biggie! I get along with my fur siblings fairly well. Ewan the cat doesn’t really notice me much unless my claws are sharp and I try to sleep on him. Beans, the jack russell, is friendly and will protect me at times but she likes to steal my food. Bailey, the brown dachshund, doesn’t pay much attention to me and leaves me alone. Mom says it’s because he’s old and lazy. Molly, the black dachshund, is the sketchy one. She’s nervous and odd to begin with so is suspicious of me. Mom won’t let her around me just incase.
Hi Tommy and Barack! Hiding under the furniture is definitely fun but I can’t fit under the couch anymore. My favourite thing to do is steal mom’s toast. It smells so wonderful! I also like to try and eat cat fur, while it’s still on the cat.
Me and friendbeast Ewan are thinking of ways to liven up our indoor life since neither of us can roam the yard during the winter. I was thinking of playing dress up with Mango. Do you have any ideas?
As promised, here is our basement set up. Our home is on top of the electric fireplace so it’s nice and warm. Beside our home is what is going to be our indoor garden. The aloe plant is already there, now we just need the clover.
missmelinda87 replied to your post:
“Question- do torties show affection?”
Hi Melinda! Us torties are the sweet and silent types. We don’t act all silly with love like the dogs or purr and nuzzle like the cat. How we show affection is by relaxing in a warm hand and enjoying pets for as long as you will give them. For us, love is trust as should any true love be. If a tortie wants to be held and have cuddles with you, it’s a good sign of affection to me.