|Bella went right to work taming the wild beast|
Neptune found us, and came home, as unexpectedly as most of our critters do. He was a tiny, car sick little kitten with a huge voice who hated to be left alone. Bella was our only cat, and around 9 months old. Let me just say, she was not amused at first. His arrival happened to coincide with Devin getting braces, and somehow keeping this harmless adorable ooshy, cute little kitty was worked into Devin's master plan, and he convinced us that a kid with braces needed a striped kitten.
|Testing out handspun Painted Tiger|
|Hard at work making sure it blocks correctly|
|Sorting out fiber with Mercury|
|On guard duty|
|What a cute innocent little kitten.|
His fur is as soft as a bunny, or mink, or the softest thing you can imagine. So plush all you want to do is rub it all day. He does bite though, so I caution visitors, and family members against that. Generally not a good idea to touch him much. Unless you know, he's in a good mood.
He loves to give kisses, will spend time licking you hand or arm, purring all the while then all the sudden take a little nip -sometimes not so little. Depends on his mood.
He'll eat anything, though his favorite is maple syrup and turkey. So much for that super high quality grain free cat food they're fed. He's not above trying to intimidate someone out of their food either, by generally bullying them into giving him some - or all. He's actually fascinated by cooking, and loves to sit on top of the fridge and watch me cook. I think it's because I let him watch Ratatouille as a kitten. Others think it's just because he's weird.
So why does he stay? Who would live with a cat with these quirks at best, psychotic episodes as worst. Maybe it's the way he runs up to meet us when he comes home, talking purring and giving kisses.
|They love each other still|
Or how, even when he's in a bad mood he'll let Devin carry him around upside down happy as can be.
|He's a great help around the house really.|
He is beautiful, loving, and extremely unique, even if a little psychotic. Is there any such thing though, as a common cat?