Monday, July 19, 2010

Just Some Little Bits

Well, no post yesterday because I was stretched out on the basement floor, inching closer and closer to young Tony, in his hiding place. After... well, forever... I finally got close enough to touch him. And he let me pet his tail (wrapped around his body) for a good 15 minutes.

To say I'm stiff and sore today is an understatement! Today, he didn't growl when I touched his back, but immediately left hiding place number one for hiding place number two. *sigh*

Sophie is doing fine, playing with me each time I come down. She and Tony appear to be yucking it up when I'm not there, so that's good.

And from Rancho J2, some pics of the, as yet, uncaptured Little Bits' Bits! :-)

Pretty dang cute, eh?


  1. Oh my goodness, the baby in the flower pot!! It slays me.

    Fortunately, I haven't had a ton of time to think about how much I miss my sweet Peanuts Gang. I know they're doing very well and I look forward to seeing them soon, when they're ready for adoption.

  2. So darn cute! The first photo reminds me of Sweetie over on this side of the US.

    Hugs to you for your patience with young Tony!

  3. Wow! Such a kind human to be so gentle with Tony! Those are cute pictures!

  4. Those babies are so adorable. Fingers crossed they can be caught.

    I have a co-worker who has fostered and one in particular from a barn litter she fostered last summer was very skittish. She won him over by smearing yummy food all over her hand and being very patient. LOL. I'm not sure if you've already tried that with Tony, though. Good luck! He'll come around....obviously he's already made a bit of progress!

  5. Such cute pictures! I know you will talk Tony into trusting you!

  6. OH My Cuteness!!! The flower pot pic is just too purrecious

  7. Oh, crossing fingers that Mom and babies can be caught. And yay for progress with Tony! It takes such patience.

    We're currently trying to train our new little girl to use the scratching post instead of the microfiber sofa. We're on Day 3. Playing sofa police is exhausting. But habits and trust -- they take time to form, as you know!



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