Just a few days ago, little Levi had all of the excitement he ever wanted right in his very own room. He had two brothers and a sister to keep him entertained and comforted all day long. But Saturday's adoption hours came along... and there there was one.
A handsome one, but one never-the-less.
Levi enjoyed sunbathing in his favorite spot.
But there's only so much chillaxing a boy can do,
even a kitten boy.
So little Levi got busy...
Levi played meerkat while stalking the feather teaser.
That was fun for a while.
(Editor's sidenote: That ringworm spot on his leg in the photo is making me cringe. It is completely covered with fur now. Thank goodness!! Now back to our program...)
So little Levi got busy (again)...
Levi got started on his hole to China.
We estimate he'll get there next week sometime at the rate he's going.
And then little Levi, lonely little left over Levi, got an idea.
39 fosters in Teeny Tiny Tabby Town over a period of ten months and ONE (only ONE) kitten has achieved escape mastery on the level of our Levi. He's obviously gifted and talented and absolutely brilliant. (I know I'm his foster mom and might be a teeny bit biased, but I'd say Levi is a lock for the Kitten MENSA program.)
Lonely little left over Levi isn't quite so lonely anymore...
Although I question his choice in friends.
They're clearly not on the same intellectual level.
(And before you start yelling at me, I've got to tell you something that might be tough to hear... Charlie is a wonderfully gentle, caring, and fun dog,
but he was hiding behind the door when St. Bede passed out the brains)
Levi thinks Charlie's bed is quite comfy.
Charlie thinks his bed was comfier before he had to adjust to keep from squishing tiny kittens.
Little Levi may not be waiting very long before he lands a forever home of his very own. He had a meet and greet Monday night and, needless to say, he was exceptionally charming and made quite an impression. The couple is meeting one other foster kitten from our rescue today before making a final decision. We should find out soon. Regardless, I don't think he will be with us for much longer.
He's packing up his gear as I type this.