Opened the back door (how many homes have a bathroom door that opens out to the yard? How perfect for babies in the back bathroom!) They all approached the outdoors in different ways...but it was mostly about all the Smells!! wow! Those tiny little noses really went to work. Mother Grace was watchful but not anxious...checked out the site. Later as Coco came too close, she hissed, and I put a gate at the end of the walk. Conveniently there's a curb. I can sit and watch them, and it keeps them in a small area till they're old enough to go beyond, at which point they can get over the curb (about a foot high). Fun was had. AND! The two tiny ones are integrated! Sleeping and playing together, though the tortie..named her Isabella...keeps to herself a lot. Kudos to Grace for taking them in!! They are weeks younger than her own, and I feared she might be less attentive now that hers are eating solid food! I'm also adding a shot of Monroe the man! Love o' my life! fur grown back sooo fast!! Strong and handsome!
The founder of Bee Holistic, Cynthia Burke, has been caring for cats most of her life, volunteering with such groups as the wonderful Animal Balance, and Fix Our Ferals. In 2011 Bee Holistic Cat Rescue and Care became a registered non-profit.