at Wed Aug 24 16:31:39 2005 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by CarolEm&Ed ]
It only took me a few months to decide that one Tonk was one Tonk too few. It took a few days of adjustment for Emily to work through her displeasure (at one point, I let her in the room where I was keeping Eddie while she adjusted and the first thing she did was to very methodically and systematically remove every toy in the room--pointedly glaring at me with each trip). They are now just like two little peas in a pod--where you find one, the other is sure not to be far behind.
And, even though they are way past kittenhood they still have a great time playing tag and tearing around the house after one another. And, rest assured, if one Tonk sounds like an elephanat, two sound like a whole herd of them!
I have never regretted for one minute the decision to add Eddie to the fold.
Keep us posted!!
>>Paper chewer, huh? Obviously I don't have an answer for that one, I can't control Liat, much less someone else's furball. If I had to guess, Eddie just needs something to do, apparently Emily isn't keeping him busy enough.
>>As to leaving the trap, Liat never forgets anything. Memory like an elephant, also sounds like one early in the morning. How can 7 or so pounds of cat sound like it's trying to tear the house down?
>>I am considering getting Liat a playmate. It will produce one of two results. Either thay would play together and stay out of trouble or, more likely, be twice as hard to control. Still, it would also be twice the fun.
>>Terry, confused human companion of Liat.
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