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Leggggs

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F8 SBT, and definitely on the wild side. Any eye contact than 2 seconds and he will leap at my face. No fear in him even at 14 weeks. He is a Tasmanian devil, never seems to tire of running, chasing and climbing!
 

Vito

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F8 SBT, and definitely on the wild side. Any eye contact than 2 seconds and he will leap at my face. No fear in him even at 14 weeks. He is a Tasmanian devil, never seems to tire of running, chasing and climbing!
Jinx is a real beauty, looks like he will be a tall leggy boy, and a bit of a handful too:) it's lovely watching them grow as kittens, they certainly grow like weeds. I weighed Vito yesterday and at 11 months he's just shy of 6kg, he certainly doesn't look that heavy as he too is tall and leggy. He seems to be going through a bit of a lanky stage again. How is Jinx getting on with your other sav ?
 
#6
I’m talking it slow with putting the two of them together. Jinx is very rowdy and I don’t want them to get off to a bad start. The first few days each was hissing at just the scent of the other. That part has since calmed down, so I have been letting them be in the same room for just 5 minutes at a time. So far so good, mostly just chasing each other and a lot of chirping with an occasional hiss thrown in, lol. Will be slowly increasing the duration as each becomes more comfortable. Pics to come soon!
 

Vito

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I’m talking it slow with putting the two of them together. Jinx is very rowdy and I don’t want them to get off to a bad start. The first few days each was hissing at just the scent of the other. That part has since calmed down, so I have been letting them be in the same room for just 5 minutes at a time. So far so good, mostly just chasing each other and a lot of chirping with an occasional hiss thrown in, lol. Will be slowly increasing the duration as each becomes more comfortable. Pics to come soon!
Sounds like your handling the introduction really well and not rushing it, I'm sure in no time they'll be thick as thieves :) Double trouble from there on. Look forward to the pics.
 
#8
Another week has passed and the two kitties are now together full time, including overnights where they both sleep on the bed with me. For three nights in a row Jinx has slept under the covers with me curled up at my abdomen. What a little furnace he is!
They chase each other all around the house all day long, lots of fun to watch and then clean up their paths of destruction.
 

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Vito

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Another week has passed and the two kitties are now together full time, including overnights where they both sleep on the bed with me. For three nights in a row Jinx has slept under the covers with me curled up at my abdomen. What a little furnace he is!
They chase each other all around the house all day long, lots of fun to watch and then clean up their paths of destruction.
That's great news, looking as though their enjoying each others company, beautiful photos . You have some lovely cat furniture for them to play on. Vito likes to get in the bed and lie in the same place, he's like a little hot water bottle, he also likes to sleep stretched out across hubby's neck for some reason, that was okay when he was a smaller kitten, now he's 13lbs and still does it.