It's like having a newborn again.
We are transitioning the introduction carefully so as not to upset Pepper too much.
They both have separate litter boxes, dishes, beds and scratching posts.
I have set up a safe room for our new little bundle, and he is wee at 1.8 pounds!
It's fun having a kitten in the house but the place is a mess and I have my arms full.
Just getting a meal on the table has it's challenges with a little one underfoot.
Stepping slowly and carefully as Chester darts after balls and toys that litter the carpet.
Chester is fond of being held and must feel safe snuggled up close listening to our heartbeats
and gazing into our eyes.
He's precious and loves to nuzzle up under my chin
and he has taken to giving me a few sandpapery kisses with his tongue.
I read that the ticking of an alarm clock wrapped up in their bed helps as does a hot water bottle.
The clock is on the job but I have not yet tested the water bottle.
Chester at 9 weeks
I may be posting shorter posts and less often for awhile,
hope you'll stick around while I am busy elsewhere.
I typed this post with one hand while Chester slept on my chest purring contentedly!
Look how lovely Constance Spry is looking today.
Until next time...