Woodrow here! The newest cool cat of the Three Chatty Cats household. Hey, waitaminute! Shouldn’t Mom change the blog to be called Four Chatty Cats? I’ll have to talk to her about that.
Anyway, I just wanted to properly introduce myself. Mom gets so wrapped up with the foster cats that sometimes she forgets to feature us resident cats. But I can’t blame her. After all, up until last month, I was one of those foster cats! But I told her. I said, “Foster Mama, I’d like to call you regular Mama, if that’s okay with you.” And of course, she obliged.
So, I’m proud to be the first (and hopefully only!) foster fail for Mom and Dad.
Weekends with Woodrow
Today is my first Weekends with Woodrow post and I just wanted to drop in to say hello, show you some glorious photos of me (because, you know, I’m so glorious!), and give you some thoughts on my new siblings.
By the way, I’ve been told that I look like my older bro Dexter. I really don’t see it. I mean, I’m taller and longer than him. And I have two pounds more muscle than him. So, there really is no comparison. No comparison at all, I say!
What do you think? Can you tell which one is me and which one is old mancat Dexter?
Mom took these photos minutes apart when we were both playing with some tissue paper. Anyway, I am clearly on the left! And grumpy Dexter is on the right.
Thoughts on the Fur Sibs
Although I was only technically adopted last month, I’ve been living in the house since mid-June. And three months later, I’m not really friends with any of my new fur siblings.
Actually, I’ve been known to cause a ruckus every so often. It’s just play to me, but Dexter and Olive don’t see it that way. I’ve received my fair share of nose scratches from them. All superficial of course, but Mom doesn’t like it.
Here’s a video from early last month that Mom took so she could send it to the Best Friends cat behaviorist to see if I was fighting or just trying to play. Don’t you think I just wanted to play? I mean, c’mon Mom, it’s obvious! (Warning: loud cat noise coming!)
What about you? Have you experienced any growing pains with your fur siblings?