February 5th 2013 10:03 am
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I'm glad to report, that we are doing very well. We love our forever home and the fact that we are in each other company.
I know daddies did some research on littermate syndrome, and it became a concern. However, the focus wont be on how one of us might be smarter than the other, or dependent.
We are both unique, and have our own personalities. Our intelligence is also part of our personalities, we are both smart little girls, curious about the world around us.
Our potty training is coming along, we realized that when daddies take us outside, we are supposed to be, so everytime we go outside we pee and we ge praised, we love the praise.
However, sometimes daddy doesnt take us out, cause but he lays around these pads, so we potty on that. On a few occassions, we do have accidents, but daddy doesnt tell us anything unless he sees us doing it.
My sister and I have very different personalities. Myself (Behati) have very much puppy qualities, which is what daddy says. He notices that I am curious, always sniffing around, going under couches, jumping from place to place, i love to follow my daddies around, i love to jump on their bed and lay next to them, i am constantly running around, chasing after my sister, exciting her to play with me, I am super playful, if my sister is around, I will run into her like a bull, I sometimes let her beat me when we play but most of the time, I can pin her since I am 1.lbheavier.
Kalilah, is more cat personality, she is very prissy, she has moments of burst of energy, but mostly you will find her just laying down in her princess bed, she loves to play with water, so digs into the water bowl all the time, so if our water bowl is full, Kalila will make sure to empty it out with her paws. She also talks a lot more, especially when she wants attention, she will start gnarly. She also loves to sleep on her own, at the foot of daddies, or in her crate. Mostly, she is good with one good chew toy, but she always steals the new toys that Behati finds.
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