Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Pelud’s Exploration

After leaving the door open for 2 days, Pelud finally came out of the room to explore!

Pelud was very reluctant and extremely careful when coming out of her room the first time.

This close face off was by accident when Pepper was on her way to the stairs and came face to face with Pelud. It ended with both cats hissing at each other.

Took Pelud another half a day before she ventured down the stairs.

The next Morning, she came all the way down! She was very careful not to go too near the Spice Cats though.

Pelud went straight to the door and looked outside. The Spice Cats were all very curious with the new cat downstairs. Its funny how they all stared at Pelud. (My first 5 cats in a picture!)

What is she looking at?
(At this point, when Sesame went too close, Pelud turned and hissed at Sesame, warning him to stay away.)

Pelud finally settled down at the dining room. She has not ventured to the living room yet, where the Spice Cats spend most of their time.


Blondie said...

Yeah! I am so happy to hear that she made it out of the room! And by the way, the flooring on your stairs is gorgous.

Daisy said...

Hooray for Pelud! She is a very brave little kitty.

DK & The Fluffies said...

Whew... let's hope it keeps going well.

Catzee said...

I know what it's like to be hissed at. But Mom says I'm usually askin' fur it, hee hee.

Mom needs to 'pologize to ya cuz she neglected to let me do the meme ya tagged me fur. I say no fair.

Gattina said...

I love your picture stories ! and the 5 cats looking at the intruder is too funny ! Hissing doesn't mean anything, because all my girls hiss at poor Arthur when he wants to play with them ! Pookie is especially vicious, because sometimes she hisses, sometimes she plays and poor Arthur never knows !

Just Sharlene and My Spice Cats said...

Thanks blondie. Believe it or not, the flooring is about 30 years old, just polished a few times.

catzee, your mommy are forgiven, hope she lets you participate in meme the next time.

gattina, poor Arthur!