Pet-Peeves: when I'm too busy to do what she wants me to do
Favorite Toy: laser pointer
Favorite Nap Spot: the best chair in the house
Favorite Food: fancy feast ocean whitefish and tuna
Skills: she can sit up and catch her toys in her front paws, she can turn on my bedside lamp
Arrival Story: I found two tiny kittens in the ditch while wandering along a forestry road. They were pretty well feral. They were sick and weak, but not too weak to make it hard for me to catch them. They would not have survived the night as temperatures were below freezing. I found out they were suffering from upper respiratory infections and both girls. Squirrel is the smaller but braver of the two. (Lucky is her sister.) Squirrel has a corkscrew twist at the end of her tail and a few white patches on her stripey, spotty, wildcat fur. Her sister depends on her for protection, play, leadership and comfort.
Bio: Both kittens have grown into the best pets I could ask for. Squirrel is more tame than her sister but they both still freak out for little or no reason. They are not good with strangers. They follow me around and watch everything I do. They like being petted. They do goofy things everyday and make me laugh. Squirrel sleeps with me almost every night.
I made a website for them: http://www.lvshost.com/users/Pickl es/build3/kittens-home.html
It was time to give me a treat. Mom walked over to the kitchen but didn't take her eyes off of the TV. Hockey was on. She opened a bag and put a pile of "treats" in front of me. When there was a commercial she noticed that I was still sitting by the pile of untouched food looking puzzled. She said, " Why aren't you eating ..." It was then that she noticed that she had given me a pile of her trail mix instead of my Temptaton treats. Sheesh! Humans.
Yesterday she almost put sunscreen on her toothbrush.