Harmoj: Your little girls Chloe and Maddie are so pretty and so funny! Sleeping with her head in a shoe? Looking behind the sub-woofer?
Shrinking Violet: Glad you got your samples. I didn't mine. Maybe they don't send to Canada Or the neighborhood cat got to them first.
Dagwood: I agree with nlmcp. Snowflake was 10 when I got Gracie and Gracie was 7 when I got Tootles. Both times, I put the kitten in the den with a closed door with food, litter, and a bed so the kitten could adjust to new noises, and sounds, and a new home from the shelter. The older cat in both cases, knows a new one is present, and the playing and siffing and introduction through the door for a day or two works well. Then a few visits in and out of the den and gradual introduction to the upstairs of the house, followed by downstairs, seems to work well and is not too overwhelming for the new kitten. Good luck!
Brandy: I've only known one couple who got two Devons. The wife was allergic to other cats. And they absolutely ADORED them. They lived in a condo and the kitties didn't go outside ever. And they were wonderful pets. The hubby liked them too
I'm trying to do laundry. Gracie decided to check out the dryer, with clothes in it. She's never done that before. Ever. Then she jumped up to see what was in the washing machine. She's normally afraid of those two appliances. Particularly when they are working. They're old so they're a bit noisy and wiggle around some.
Mr. Tootles still prefers going into the dishwasher.