It was toys from the Casbah Kitten shop!They smelled a-maze-ing! Suey immediately pounced on the little yellow bean. I was also very interested.
She didn't appreciate my interest though and quickly smacked me upside the head.
When the fish came out of the box, Suey didn't even wait for it to come out of the wrapper before she wanted to play with it. She tried to rip the package herself!
When I tried to have a sniff, I had to quickly get in a defensive position when Suey launched an attack! When I reached for the cute fatbird, the positions were reversed! Suey wanted to have a look, and I bopped her on the nose!
The fatberd is such a perfect shape for bunnykickin'. I had so much fun!
The toys are wonderful.
Thankyou very much, Grrreta!!!:) We are already having lots and lots of fun with these great toys:)
I also wanted to put in a note about Miss Stella Bella. She is an amazing young ladycat. For those who are new to our blog, we fostered Stella and her 5 babies from the babies birth day. Two of her babies survived to be adopted. We also had some other kittens while fostering Stella. One of them, Calvin, was failing to thrive. We had three kittens from Calvin's litter, and another foster mum had two. The other foster mum had Calvin's twin, and he was also failing to thrive. Calvin's twin ended up passing away. In a last ditch effort, mum put Calvin in with Stella. She immediately started caring from him, and he became a whole new kitten. She allowed him to feed from her, and he started growing quickly. As he got stronger, he started playing and having fun with Angus and Ellie. Calvin went on to find a wonderful family. Mum credit's Stella with saving his life.
Mum desperately wanted to add her to our family. However, with our dad's job we will be moving every couple of years. We had Stella when we were preparing to move to Sydney, and mum was surprised at just how hard it was to find a home with two cats. She thought three would be asking for trouble. Stella did have an initial hick up when she was desexed. She pulled her stitches out. Mum had wanted to bring her home to recover, but it wasn't allowed. She spent about a week healing, and was then adopted a week or so after that. The family who has her now is very lucky indeed.We love you Stella!!