I don't know where Star was during the play time, but if she'd been there I know he wouldn't have been flying so freely like that! I do think she knows he's feeling better though, because she's back to being a grumbly hissy face at him. And me if I attempt to pet her when she's being all stalky and stare-ey at him.
The food... same deal. He's not crazy about it. Star nibbles the one occasionally. But they are both quite pleased with all the extra canned stuff. Leo still gets his meds in a little bit of food before getting the rest of the can. We have to hurry to give him the rest because if he finishes and you're not there with the rest, he will actually, seriously, try to shove Star away from hers!
Seriously! I don't know why she hasn't killed him for that yet.. But she will move over and let him!! Where's the hissy face then? Where's the paw of doom? It's the weirdest thing. We herd him back to his bowl but she will take forever to get back to hers. Which can be an issue if we gave her fishy food. He still wants fishy stuff, poor guy.
Two more weeks til he gets tested again, but the way he's acting, I think, and hope, he's going to be ok!
The cat tree is still endlessly fascinating, for both of them. They love it! Leo especially.
Preparing to do the Tree Dangle!
First, ya gotta stretch, that's important!
Once yer in position, don't forget to check the location of any potential attackers..
Then check for bunnies, squirrels and birds!
That's today's lesson; do the dangle! Just not too far.. you might fall off..
heh, not that I've ever done that..
Star takes a more dignified approach.
I always wait til daddy's home, then he can run off the barbarian
by coming in the door thus freeing up the tree for me.
Now, give daddy love eyes so he'll scritch behind the ears
and maybe force mommy to give an early snack.