........ I had NO idea! WHy doesn't it ever sleep? How can it NEVER sleep?
:love2 what a good big brother!I'm so thankful I have MowMow to help me with this little monster. He's pretty resigned to him living here and is incredibly tolerant except when the little Preacher Man misbehaves. Today the kitten went after my aloe plant and MowMow intercepted him with a yowl and a slap to the back of the head. Shepherd BOok just crouches and then backs vveerrrrryyyyy slowly away from whatever MowMow is shooing him away from.
We had an epic moment last night. I have a large king sized blanket over the couch and it hangs down the back of it (which faces part of the room) The kitten was playing behind the blanket and I as i walked by I noticed MOwMOw watching with his eyes dilated and tail twitching. He streak in, grabbed the bundle (blanket and kitten) and rabbit kicked like crazy then took off running into the bedroom.I loved the story about MowMow boffing the kitten in the head! Hooray for MowMow for taking matters into his own hands, er, paws!
Yeah Apollo is over a year now and he's still insanely hyperactive. But siamese and siamese mixes are known for that.I've haven't been on the forums much lately....but that's awesome you got a kitten!
Kitten energy is un-freaking real. I think some are much "worse" than others though. Yoshi is still full of energy 24/7, and he's about 8 months now. I really hope he settles down very soon. He's made some progress....but has a long way to go.
Evie must think she's a Siamese. She has far too much energy for a 2 year old! She dashes around until she drops, quite literally... wherever she happened to be!Yeah Apollo is over a year now and he's still insanely hyperactive. But siamese and siamese mixes are known for that.
I am pretty sure all kittens are robots though. They require no sleep.