When you read that title, do you think of the little girl saying that line in Poltergeist? I do. Scared the heck out of me.
Well, imagine our bulldog, Gracie, saying it in the exact same way. I think that is about how she feels.
Mosby and Baron have arrived home.
My mom and I drove eight long hours to pick them up on Friday and bring them back to Savannah. They were ideal travelers. They curled up with each other in one cat carrier and slept the entire four-hour trip home. This bodes very well for our trips back and forth to the mountains.
The introduction between Gracie and the boys went pretty well, I think.
The boys reacted like they had just seen an ax-murderer and Gracie began to think that I was holding hissing and spitting squirrels who were taunting her.
We got through it, though, and set the boys up in their own little room. It is too bad that they didn’t have any toys waiting for them (thanks Grandma!). We also had a nice soft bed waiting for them.
They don’t want anything to do with the bed. The crate that they rode home in is their sleeping place of choice.
Today is their second full day home and the changes in everyone’s comfort level is huge.
The boys are playing with their toys more and more. This one in particular drives them crazy.
My husband and I bring them out with us when we are working or are watching tv and have them sit in our laps. Gracie is always with us, too, and is getting more and more used to seeing them around.
Yesterday, all five of us took a nap together.
The boys have adjusted their thinking so that they now think Gracie is Godzilla.
I know I am biased, but I think these two boys are truly remarkable looking. We are still getting to know their personalities, but they are both very loving and they both purr, which I love. So far, I have changed my mind each day as to which one is the alpha kitty.
Baron is truly regal looking. He is my little lion. He is also already bigger than Mosby.
Mosby is stunning. His eyes are turning green, which will be so striking with his blue/grey fur. I love his white markings too. He is smaller in stature than Baron, and he also has more petite features.
I love watching them interact and play together. It is obvious that they love each other and I am so glad that they have that companionship.
This morning, we had coffee and kitties in bed. Pretty ideal way to start the day, in my book.