Thank you all for your help.
As you can see she Smokey is still pretty small.
Can't bunk with mom yet. Butters is a bed hog anyways
On the phone now (on hold) with Trupanion to have her added to our pet insurance.
We had just adopted Butters when a freak accident happened and he fractured his leg.That $10.000.00 vet bill hurt...Alot!
Not sure how insurance is going to work with her.
She's only had one round of vaccines. Next week will be the second and chipped.
My son had a name tag engraved with her name and my contact info.
She thinks it's really cool. We kept losing her in the house her collar now has a bell on it.
All in all Happy kitten, Happy puppies.
Your Canadian cat behaves for the most part but loves to steal anybody's seat and will just move from one to another if this is kicked out. The bed is hers as well. Oh, and my wool supply is another favourite place!
Latte...22.5 years and still hanging in there. Buttercup (dog) 2.25 years...she makes me crazy and thinks she's a cat! Hazel 2.25 years...my cuddle bug, he never leaves my side. Hermione 2.25 years...she has learned how to open the screen door and turn the bedside light on/off, too smart for her own good, but those eyes!!!
They are my reasons for getting up in the morning...mostly because they can tell time and will nag me to get up and feed them.
Monkey (7.5-year-old cat) comes in about 5 or 6 am and lays on the bed as close as she can get to my face. She sits there in the "loaf" position and stares into my shut eyes. When I open them she just stares. I don't want her waking me until 8:00 (I have insomnia and usually am awake until 3 am). So I squirt her with a small water pistol and roll over. Around 7:45 she comes and lays beside me on the other side where there isn't a lot of room. We have two adults, a 50-pound dog and a small cat who can take up a lot of room in a queen-sized bed. By this time I relent and a) let her on the balcony to get her grass and look around and b) feed her.
Miley (3-year-old dog rescued from Mexico) on the other hand waits patiently for me to sing "You Are My Sunshine" to her, which signals the day is beginning. She goes for her first walk with TB and I have breakfast waiting for both of them!