We picked up Crisco and made it home last night. What a trip! It was a 2.5 hour flight from Florida to NJ. I had him with me in a crate. Poor baby cried all the way. He is happy to be home safely and out of the crate!
He was scared and just wanted to hide behind the toilette. Then I put a soft stuffed duckie in with him and he snuggled and went to sleep. He is doing much better today. He is still hiding a little but he is coming out to play, especially with the Neko flies.
Congratulations on your adorable new arrival. That was a lot of adventrue for such a little guy, he was probably a bit overwhelmed. Soon he'll be running around and you will be posting like Burt to say he's gotten into all sorts of places and trouble
He is doing so much better. He comes out and will play. The problem I am having is I have him in a "safe room" which is a spare bedroom. I hate that he is in there by himself. I did this for two reasons. One, my house is very big, with two floors, so I wanted him to get used to his new surroundings and keep him safe. Two, my daughter moved back with her cat Cali. Cali is a 3 1/2 year old Tabby which she adopted from the shelter while she was in college. From what I have read it is best to do the introduction slowly. I try to go in to the room with Crisco and spend time with him throughout the day, and play with him. I just can't be in there with him all day and when I am not in there he cries. It is so hard to hear him cry. The minute I go in he stops. Boy does he have me trained Cali hasn't shown any aggression, but she is scared. She is hiding more. So I am also playing with Cali more. Between the two I am hardly getting anything done lol. I know this is all new to both of them so I am trying to have a lot of patience