Though after he got his running done, he started to get anxious. I think he must have thought that we were going to leave him back there by himself, because he suddenly became major velcro-dog.
|Don't judge for the lack of grass. It really has come a long way!|
As for the rest of the house... Romeo's bladder infection has cleared up, though he's still on the antibiotics. We're starting to take him out and force him to integrate a little more often now. We've figured that the longer that we keep him cloistered, the longer it will take for everyone to get along. Keep your fingers crossed that we won't have any set-backs... no diarrhea, no bladder infections, nothing of the sort.
Bit seems to be reveling in her new-found dominance over Romeo, and is now extending that behavior to everyone else - especially Argos. She drapes her pretty little self across doorways to prevent the other cats and Argos from going through. She sits on the stairs to prevent Argos from going up or down. (She has figured out that he's afraid of getting reprimanded, so will not pass by her or over her on the stairs.) I think that she'd like to prevent the humans from access too, but hasn't yet figured out how to prevent us from stepping over her.
Little brat. We do move her whenever we see her doing this, but with Bit, it takes awhile to sink in. She's beautiful, and has moments of pure sweetness, but she is not always very bright.
No good pictures of the cats this week, so here's another picture of me and Argos, at Frick Park, last weekend. I feel like we should be in some English gothic tale.