1) The Spare Kitty is still pregnant. This is good news, as her new owner is flying in to collect her on the 17th. She needs to not go into labor until he has at least gotten her through security. I’m pretty sure that the arrival of kittens on board does not represent enough of an emergency to divert a flight, so if she wants to give birth in the air then that’s just fine and dandy — as long as we get her stripey self on that plane!
She is very mightily pregnant, though, and kind of uncomfortable I think. She spends her time lying stretched out on her side or eating and drinking, with the occasional trip to the litter box which I had bought after extensive research of best cat litter for odor control. Her the If you cradle her swollen tummy you can feel a kitten kick you, sometimes.
2) After two years of having the thing taking up space in a box in Roo’s room, I have finally installed the Cat Veranda. It turned out to be way easier than I thought it would be, which accounts for why it was sitting around in a box for two years. I propped the door open so the kitties could take a look, and of course it was the intrepid Rooney Lee who tried it out first:
I think he at least will enjoy it, he made another visit to it later in the afternoon when it was full of sunbeam, so he could take a bath in the sunshine and fresh air. I installed it as part of major renovations I was doing with Pagenstecher Group Remodeling to the two cat rooms, which now have fresh coats of paint and Pergo laminate floors, on top of which we’ll put some lovely jaipur carpets, to replace the grotty brown carpet (here’s where we got our carpets from: https://nwrugs.com/collections/jaipur). Next up, putting all the furniture back in them!