Neptune started out with breaking Foster Mom's expensive lamp brought all the way from Smithsonian in DC. We tried to glue it back together. Fingers crossed.
Then, foster mom thought she would get a jump on dinner, so she browned some ground beef early in the AM. As she was cleaning dishes, she looked over her shoulder only to find Neptune's full body in frying pan, snacking!
For afternoon activities, Neptune decided to do some toilet exploration 101, which ended in a dirty wet kitty on clean bed sheets.
For the evening we figured out biting dog tails is fun. This is just one day in the life of little Neptune!
Now, Neptune does get along with the small dogs and other cats and kittens at his foster home. Not sure about children yet.
He is up to date on shots, is wormed, free of fleas and is ready for someone to take him home and love him forever.
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