Hi! It's Stella here. After my foster mum's parents and brother left, my babies and I moved into the crate downstairs. Ellie and Angus were still learning when it came to the litterbox, and the Bunnys and Tillie were starting to go outside the box, too. Because of this, my foster mum thought it was best to seperate us. Can you see the ledge on the box in the photo above? Ellie and Angus can climb up there now! They are learning really well. I have a third level in the crate that only I can get up to, where I can go for a break. I am also allowed out to play for a lot of the day. Now that I am getting more confident, I like to run around and act like a crazy kitty!Both babies still feed from me. The three of us are happy with the arrangement, and after what happened with the other babies, my foster mum has no intention of trying to get them weaned quickly. She is leaving it to me to tell them when it's time. They love eating their stinky goodness, and are starting to chow down on crunchies, too.A couple of days after we moved downstairs, Calvin Bunny joined us. You might remember how he had decided he was one of my babies, and when we were seperated he started to fret a bit. He is still growing very slowly- he is half the weight of Ruby. My foster mum is hoping a bit of extra motherly love will help him get stronger. His vet checks have all come back normal, so we think he is just a bit special. Ellie and Angus both like him, and will snuggle with him. He makes a very good babysitter when I go up to my high level for a snooze. He will flick his tail, and they chase it. I think Calvin does it deliberately, because he always gets himself in a position where it will get their attention, and watches them until they react.