Wild Life Of A Little Monster

Others are scared of me because of all the fun I have. Considered a vigilante by my Eponine.

Pet Me Now!

My Eponine was mostly an observer. Paying attention and noticing all. She kept a watchful eye on all happenings. She also was mostly timid and scared with all. If the doorbell ding donged, she ran to hide. As a matter of fact, running to hide was her response in most situations.

This little monster is all about interaction. She is a talker! And loves to rub her head against everything. I speculate that is how she hurt her eye. Oh, just realized I have not mentioned that she has an eye issue. A pupil that won't constrict. The vet believes she still has vision. She's just sensitive to light, he says, because the pupil is dilated. The other eye is just fine.

I find it very loving when she puts her head down in preparation for a sweet little head bump. I view it like someone that leans into you when you're giving them a side-arm hug. It's super sweet. She's really a sweetheart.
Daphne is staying with us this week. With the exception of an occasional burst of jealousy from Daphne when the little sweetheart nears me, the two are getting along splendidly. Daph doesn't know what to think of the situation, though, when the little monster gives her a head bump and tries to get Daphne to pet her. Daphne is more content just invading her privacy.

Thanks for all the food advice. We had only one throw-up incident Tuesday and no outside-of-the-box incidents. The evidence in the box even appeared mediocrely better. I started limiting portions, but also picked up some baby food this evening. She is getting daily brushings and is discovering many places to snooze. I even think she is much less bony. She is full of purrs and love.

12 Comments:

At August 08, 2007 9:59 AM, Anonymous Sexy Lady said...

She is beautiful!! Thanks for sharing a picture finally!! I love her colors and all the affection she is sharing! Lucky you... lucky ________? When can we expect a proper name to be announced?! I hope Daphne is being a good guest... she sometimes forgets she is "visiting" and also she does not like to share attention! Loved the pic of them together! See you soon.

 
At August 08, 2007 12:11 PM, Anonymous Fiona Bun said...

What a beauty!

 
At August 08, 2007 3:39 PM, Blogger Shilgiah the Cat said...

How precious! Has she told you her name yet?

 
At August 08, 2007 5:36 PM, Blogger Parker said...

Oooohhhhhhh! I can see she is a sweetie! She is a looker! Can't wait till she shares her name with you!

 
At August 08, 2007 7:57 PM, Blogger Derby said...

Thanks for the update on this little cutie. Hope the digestive issues work themselves out.

 
At August 08, 2007 8:16 PM, Blogger The Meezers said...

ohhhhhhhhhhhh Cowboy, she is a beautiful, gorgeous baby girl!! she looks so happy!

 
At August 08, 2007 9:07 PM, Blogger Edsel/The Pooch said...

yes, a name is very important. without a name to respond to, you don't feel like you really have family. i know that 'cause when i found my forever home it got all complicated 'cause they thought i was a girl, and my girl name had to get replaced with a boy name and i was very confused. so, anyway Cowboy, you know you're keepin' her, so talk to her already 'bout what her real and secret name is. i'm sure she trusts you enough by now to have that conversation.
Pee Ess - we're so happy for you!!

 
At August 08, 2007 10:29 PM, Blogger William said...

How cute is that tiny little girl?!

I'm glad to hear her digestive bits are settling down. And I can't wait to learn her name, too!

 
At August 09, 2007 5:24 AM, Blogger DEBRA said...

We needs to learn the little beauty's name!

Purrs
Abby

 
At August 09, 2007 11:32 AM, Anonymous missouri meowers said...

oh, cowboy! we are so happy for you and the pretty girl!! we will purr and purrray for her bodily problems to abate, fade, and go away furrever. it sure sounds like she has no purrsonality problems! congratulations, love, and purrs to you both!!

the meowers and mom

(an' poop on the pillows of all such so-called "people" who cripple puddin's by declawing!)

 
At August 09, 2007 1:58 PM, Anonymous David & kitties said...

Well, we're very glad someone that needed a home found yours. And, we agree your Eppy probably led this little one to your home and make it her own.

If your little one still has box issues, mix some potting soil in with the litter to help with the transition.

We are so happy that you've found a new little monster. We can tell she's a pet-pet kitty.

 
At August 09, 2007 2:15 PM, Blogger Riley & Tiki said...

I like to rub my head on my woofie too. He thinks it's weird. To get back at me, he licks my whole face. That's okay though.

She's a pretty little girl. We're glad she found you.

Riley

 

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