Today's post will be about our second cat Aslan.
Over 1,5 year ago, at very late June evening, we found 2 little cats in our garden. They were so little, that they couldn't just come by themselves. Neighbours did not have small cats, so I guessed that somebody dropped them hoping they will find new home. They were soo terrified and screaming... We took them home and fed, but what to do with three cats? We already had one (Atomic) and we were happy with him.
These 2 little creatures gave us a lot of fun those days...
Two new small cats were brother and sister and loved each other a lot, spending time together. Where one went, the other has followed. None of them was going somewhere alone.
On the picture above - the one in the front is Aslan.
Hmmm... he was sleeping more as I remember and his sister was looking around what's going on...
They slept together at home and after few days also in garden they felt like home. They used to sleep hidden in the shrubs.
I loved those moments, when they were jumping out of nowhere, without earlier sign, that they are there. Ta da dam! we are here! play with us!
They were so sweet and their habit of being all the time together was so touchy... however we didn't want to keep them. Rather to find a home for them.
Yeah... but you know how it is. The world is full of sweet little cats and it is not easy to find home for them.
After some weeks, when we lost hope, somebody answered our ad posted around. There came a girl living on the same street and she took the little sister.
That was one of the last days together.
Sister was gone, and little brother still with us. Nobody wanted a boy...
For long time we didn't name him, cos it would be more hard to give him away. So for long time he was 'nameless', until husband decided to name him Aslan - we already got used to the idea of second cat, especially that Aslan was very different from Atomic. Atomic is born aristocrat from his way of carrying himself. Aslan is just a chap of neighbourhood - messy, fast, loud and very insisting if he wants something.
Aslan means 'lion' in Turkish - it corresponds with his 'screaming for everything' habit.
Can you find a cat in picture above?
So he stays with us already 1,5 year and we are very happy that he found us.