Haru hates her pink collar with a bell. As she’s still a tiny kitten, the collar is too big for her neck, thus we have to put it on her body. We only put the collar on Haru whenever she’s let out of her box for her happy hour. The bell lets us know where she is. Haru is only let out to roam in our house whenever someone who doesn’t like cats is not in the living room or dining area 😏 . Haru always tries to wriggle her body out of the collar.
Check out the scratch marks on my hand. Haru’s nails are super sharp like a tiger’s claws!
At almost 7 weeks old now, Haru still drinks milk from a bottle. Her style of drinking from the bottle is similar to some hyperactive toddlers who cannot lie still when they drink. Her body has to move and wriggle about, she bites the bottle teat, she uses her front legs to push the bottle away while her two hind legs are in the air, she will stop drinking part way and has to roam about, then continue drinking with more ‘pattern’… just like a human toddler.
Haru was litter trained at about 6 weeks old.
Cass loves to put Haru on her lap and stroke her to sleep.
Haru can now climb out of her box, thus we had to tape up the 4 flaps on the box to make it higher… until we buy her a cage. Someone is not happy with the prospect of having a cat cage at the shoe area of our house 😐. Actually I don’t like having a cage in our tiny condo either, but since she’s not allowed to roam freely inside the house 24 hours/day, the cage is the only option.
Sherilyn multi-tasking here: eating her dinner while attending an online tuition class while entertaining a hyperactive Haru.
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