December 28th 2012 10:10 am
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Another note from their dad:
Saphira and Viola's relationship continues to improve, still a hiss and a growl from Saphira once in awhile, but also some touching of noses and a lot of play, chasing each other around the house a lot. Of course they both sleep with us every night and also nap on our bed when we are watching TV. Usually Saphira sleeps with Terri and Viola is with me, but sometimes one of us is lucky enough to have two spotted jungle cats using us for a nap spot. Yesterday I had Saphira curled up on my legs while Viola had her head on my ankle. Of course movement on my part was impossible, but then again, with two sweet Ocis to keep me company, why would I want to move?
Another sales job from me... anyone who might enjoy a beautiful spotted jungle cat who is intelligent, loyal, loving, and very playful and entertaining should look at an Ocicat, they are just a joy! Anyone in Southern California interested can pawmail me and I can give you the contact info for the breeder we adopted our two girls from, he is just a great breeder who loves his kitties, and it shows in our two wonderful Ocis.
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It's good to hear you're getting along with Viola so well, Saphira!
Actually, things are even better now, hardly any hissing or growling, lots of playing. That is a mixed blessing to some degree, as they are now chasing each other and pouncing on each other all the time, frequently almost tripping us or getting stepped on in the process, and get along well enough to now both sleep either on top of me or on either side, making movement without crushing a cat almost impossible. But it is still all fun!