Our clean shoes, before we start the journey.
The not-so-easy climb....and imagine you have to do this for 9 hours....
Pelud now treats the Spice Cats house as her own house. She roams the house and thinks she is the boss. When the Spice Cats does something she doesn’t like or gets into her way, she hisses at them. When she feels like playing, she will jump on Garlic. When she doesn't feel like playing, the Spice Cats have better not get in her way.
I no longer have to worry that the Spice Cats will steal all of Pelud’s food.
After leaving the door open for 2 days, Pelud finally came out of the room to explore!
The next one that was introduced to Pelud was actually Garlic. But Garlic pretty much stayed away from Pelud, because Pelud absolutely did not allow Garlic to go near her. So I did not manage to capture any photos of them together.
On Friday night, I decided to just leave the door open and let the cats know each other on their own.
Somehow, Pelud is less defensive against Sesame than Garlic. Maybe its because Sesame is younger, or maybe Sesame is has not been spayed yet. So I decided to try introducing Pelud to Sesame first.