Favorite Toy: cat tent, feather toys, crumpled paper balls, toy cat spring, marbles, jingle ball, long ribbons
Favorite Nap Spot: in a basket, in the square cat bed; on the bathroom rug
Favorite Food: Fancy Feast; the older cats' Purina One (even though he has kitten P-1); and Friskies dental diet
Skills: snuggling and purring; he often puts his tail flat on his back and walks around like that!
Arrival Story: Wilbur, Ellie and Peanut are Lucy's kittens, who is a beautiful feral girl our friend has been feeding. This is the same friend who looks after Willow, who is Po's mom, where we got our funny guy Po from. Lucy has been elusive up until now and has had 3 litters in the meantime, has finally been caught and was brought indoors prior to her giving birth. Wilbur, Ellie and Peanut will be put up for adoption when they are old enough and Lucy will finally be spayed.
Bio: They are so sweet! Lucy gave birth to Wilbur and Ellie. Peanut (see his page), who was found near a factory at 2 days old as the only surviving kitten, was brought to the vet who knew Lucy had also just given birth. The vet called our friend and asked if they could try to see if Lucy would accept him. Well she did! It was an amazing miracle. So now there are three adorable little babies. Wilbur has very thick, soft fur. Feels like cashmere! He also has one grey spot on the top of his head which which the vet thinks may fade out as he gets older.
**UPDATE** Guess what? Wilbur got adopted.....by US!! We decided to keep sweet little Wilbur. He is so cute....but the other cats are not all thrilled. This is how they reacted: Tangee ignores him; Spotty is confused but accepting; Tigger is as mad as a hissing hornet; and Po, well, Po is partying!!! Po and Wilbur became immediate friends. They play, tussle, lick and clean each other, and have a great time. I know eventually the others will come around, especially Tigger, because he was mad about Po too, but now they are best friends and always together! 5 cats. Wow. But what's one more, right? p.s. The grey spot seems to be fading slightly already. *Update: He has just turned 1 (March 8) and the grey spot is mostly gone, he will be a pure white kitty soon.*