"You want me to get in this thing? No way!"
(Sara's never liked being put in a carrier for car rides.)
But she made the trip home without too much protest, according to her new mom, Esther. Here's an update on Sara's first few hours at her place!
Sara protested the car ride the whole way, though not too loudly, so she was quite happy to get home. She was content in her kitty studio until she got a chance to slip out when the door was open and discovered the rest of the house. She immediately proceeded to explore every nook and cranny, questioning constantly the entire way. We think she was looking for you?
She expressed some shock when she met her big sister, Mona, who approached her quite cautiously. So Sara got some kitty timeout back in her studio. She was quite ready to come out after a few hours, but not wanting to leave her alone during the night, we moved her accommodations to our bedroom/bathroom. Of course, she immediately insisted on exploring everything and is indignant that the closet is off limits.
After an hour or so, she settled down, though she loves experimenting with various sleeping spots. We even got to snuggle under the covers a few times. This morning I introduced her to her personal kitty theater (our bedroom window ledge), which she loves.
Sara's still not over her kitty cold, so she'll be seeing her new vet shortly. Sending get-well wishes to you, little girl. And thanks, Esther, for the update!
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