I was a bit worried about them since they've never really known life in a home. Would they be scared in my house with all the normal household noises and the dogs barking? Would they feel scared of all the open space since they've been confined for so long? I put them together in the office and shut the door to let them get accustomed to the room without any distractions. Next time I went in, this is what I found:
Then there's her sister Sorbet.
I also received a call from Tiggr's adopters last night. Although they love him and said he is everything they hoped for, they babysit for their 18 month old granddaughter and she has allergies to cats. They haven't had cats in many years so they didn't know it until Tiggr came to live with them. They were very sad to give him up, and I was sad for Tiggr's sake. But he's back home with me again and will keep waiting for just the right home to come along!