at Sat Oct 29 13:05:18 2005 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by CarolEm&Ed ]
They certainly are beautiful kitties!!! Keep those photos coming!!
As for Rigby's kicking, kneading and biting--he's just telling you how much he loves you, and that it's time to get up and play!!
I had Emily for six months before I brought Eddie home. It took a few days of adjustment (she was NOT pleased at first and made sure I knew it) but now they are inseparable. I'm so glad I made the decision to get a second cat. Tonks are very social and do much better--especially if they are left alone for any amount of time-- if there are two of them. As for me, I now work from home and I would never get anything done if Emily didn't Eddie to play with.
>>OH MY GOD you TOnks are BEAUTIFUL! thanks for the pictures! I love them! How can I post some pictures to show you? i'm not sure of how on this site.
>>Thanks for you adivce. that helps. I think Rigby might be getting a sister!! but not a Tonk. I think i'm taking in a shelter kitty that my vet has.
>>He really does seem lonely when i'm not there or i'm busy doing things around the house. he has been kicking my head in the mornings, kneading me, and biting at my hair...i'm not sure if that's normal? Is he's trying to nurse or is just really bored?
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