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My little Stark

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KIM

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So I got him two weeks ago yesterday, and its been a rough ride, a shy, nervous, skittish kitten, but we have done everything to try and keep things calm for him and help him acclimate. The first week was horrible, I felt so bad at how nervous and scared he was, but the second week we started to see him beginning to trust, play a little, eat a little out of our hands but still aloof. He broke out of his safe room on friday, and went directly to hide, and i got him back in later that day, and he broke out today. But today, he didnt hide, he went and sat on a dining chair and has also gotten down to play, and is still there. So big big improvement. May not sound like much but this is HUGE lol
 
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KIM

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LOL, geez that helps. Kidding. Actually we got him upstairs, not by his choice. the reason being he had not eaten or used the litter so I thought he should rest for a bit. He did really good today and I figure a few more days he will be roaming the entire house as he should be.
 
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KIM

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Hes so zonked. This was a big adventure and even though he was cautious and still a bit aloof it took a lot out of him. He was in his bed and I wanted to eat him up, major cuteness! lol
 

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John Popp

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I like having them locked down in the evenings for the first few weeks so I can see what potential hazards there are when they are free roaming. As much as we'd like to think we have things locked down they always find something that meets their fancy. Until I have an idea what those things are, it's pretty much just a work release program.
 
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KIM

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I know. Well right now its for him not to be overwhelmed overnight, but you are right. who knows. I had a bengal, just passed away in january from lymphoma. For the first year we had him, he broke so many things lol. He got into everything. So good experience for us for sure. They are like toddlers, thats the reality!