They have been running around for first hour that I introduced them to my home. The litter box was a great hit. I think because it is fresh and all their own.
The drive home was interesting.
Prisoner Enid: *Rattling cup on bars* Let me out. I will never see Johnny Cash in Folsom if you don't let me out.
Prisoner Hester: *Wakes up from nap* Would you SHUT UP! I am sleeping here. The warden said if we took a nap, the trip to our new home would go a lot faster.
Prisoner Enid: I'm gonna die in here. Die, I say. Die. Let me out.
Prisoner Hester: Oh, for the love of God. *Snakes paw out of cell to grab warden's hand and places it on Enid's head.
Prisoner Enid" Oh. That feels nice. *Mumbles quietly" I still want out.
Once out of the prison of the cat carrier it was all *OMG! Toys. Litter box. Curtains. Food. Water (Achoo - water up my nose!) Toys., etc. Running over everything and who could make it to the litter box and back again the fastest. Now they have climbed on to me.
Pause for nap. I am back again. I think I went cross-eyed with love. They curled up under my chin on either side before taking their nap. Enid thought my nose needed some cleaning before snuggling in and Hester just rolled over on my glasses. My eyes glazed over and I fell asleep. I later then picked them up and put them into my bed so I could get some work done. The picture above is the girls waiting for me to come to bed.