|Sawyer, he loves to catch flies in the window|
|Sawyer, loves to play|
|Huck loves to sleep, everywhere|
|Sawyer is a real climber!|
And this totally happened at the vets:
Vet Tech: Would you like us to test for feline HIV?
Me: Uh...oh, I...what?...iiiisssss that a thing? Do people do that?
Vet Tech: Well, usually we test for it when they are rescued from the streets
Me: Oh! Ok! Well, I guess we should then? Um, go ahead.
Vet Tech: It's ok, we just take a bit of blood, it only takes a minute
**I totally don't care about that, I do totally care that I am now suddenly aware that there is a thing called feline HIV. I have *never* heard of feline HIV in my life. How do they get that? Sharing dirty needles? My mind is blown.**
Thankfully, both cats are HIV-free. I don't even know what would happen if they weren't. So weird. I still need to google it and find out the details on this.
|Sawyer has had a cold, and a runny eye. We have drops for that, but he's now wise to the deal, so it is extremely difficult to get them in his eye|
|Huck loves to sleep in or on laundry baskets, and loves to snuggle with the kids stufties|
|Super well loved!|
Sawyer on the other hand, never stops "talking" - he is so vocal about everything, it's really funny. He has talking sounds, growling sounds, and everything in between.
|Huckle-bug and Soya-bean. We love 'em! They are so entertaining!|
|When we first got him - he was so little in late July!|
Early one morning - probably around 6:30 - some kid came and opened my bedroom door. Huck ran in like a shot, jumped up on the bed - and PEED ON ME. Talk about bolting out of bed!
I googled a few solutions to the issue, and we seem to have that solved. Thankfully! They get along great now, and will be neutered in Nov when they are old enough.
|Right before we left in July - Huck was still so little|
|Best 4.99 ever spent. The cats love to play with this "bouncy wire" on the wall. They jump and flip all over the place|
|Cute little kitty!|