When you adopt a cat, it can take some time for them to settle in. Not only do they have a whole new environment to explore, but new family members—human and animal—to deal with. There are also delicious new foods to try, and time to spend getting the family dog in line.
When this family adopted a fluffy brown kitty, they hadn’t expected her to take so long before coming out of hiding.
Sure, you can pet me now.
It nearly a month, but the fluffy kitty finally came out to say hi. It happened on day 28.
A stressful day two in her new home.
After she was brought home, her new humans were patient. She hid under the bed on day two.
You’d better hand me that bottle of wine.
On day fifteen, she hid in a cupboard.
Hi there! It’s nice to meet you.
On day 21, she came out during the day, but would still hide at night.
Now she can’t get enough attention!
She wants plenty of attention now.
Acting a bit shy.
You can look, but don’t touch.
I didn’t know what I was missing!
She’s a big lap cat now, and enjoys cuddling with her humans.
Her humans are so patient!—Please SHARE if you think it’s important to give kitties time to adjust to a new home!