Kittens are wonderful. They learn the world brilliantly, fearlessly and so briskly it by itself is impossible to ignore, especially since they do it with no regard at all for OSHA regulations. An eight foot sliding screen door clearly is present to be climbed to the ninth foot level which is a cinch until it is quickly done and the kid realizes he has no plan of how to get down, other than plaintively crying so humans will save him. When a toy mouse it thrown, it MUST be captured even if there are chair legs, other toys and cats which and who must be poughed over and through. And in this wonderful porridge of having a feline friend is picking the rapscallion up so he grows comfortable with you and in a while purrs.
The above fits boy kittens our wonderful Sadie birthed September, 2nd. They run hard and jump high but this little boy won't be picked up. No sirree, he will not be picked up because he's already in a lap. If this sweet little fellow is not the most outwardly loving kitten we've had, well, we don't remember who was more so. You sit and he shows although he is a Siamese, he has some Laplander blood too. There this handsome seal point is, head cocked to one side like his Mommy, looking at you with curiosity and adoration. Purring. When he feels its not intimate enough up your torso he ventures settling on your chest or shoulder setting. Purring. Lovie would work for this lovie.
Romeo has been adopted by now, however his siblings are on their way... we are expecting a new litter soon. We have a waiting list, if you wish to be added to it, let us know.