Three cats and a teeny bug. Guess who won? Dora, Gyro and the resident sat in a triangle watching with fascination a teeny bug. Intermittently one of them would swat the bug, then all three cats would suddenly yawn or look away, or get distracted. The bug would run, and then one of the cats would swat at it again, or pick it up in their teeth and then drop it. Then the cats would yawn or get distracted and the bug would fly away, only to get swatted again.
This story repeated for a good 20 minutes until I was so impressed with the bug's determination that I rescued it and brought it outside. If you want cats that will eat bugs, these guys might not be the ones for you. However, if you want extremely gentle cats that won't even hurt a bug, Dora and Gyro fit the bill! In addition to not hurting bugs, they also have never so much as bitten or even hissed -- at anyone or anything, as far as I can tell. Sweet (and gentle) little guys!
The other day guests came over for dinner. A guest went to into the bathroom and came running out laughing -- Dora was sleeping inside the little metal rack I use to store my towels. She looked so cute and so funny, curled up in that little space. Dora loves to find places to curl up, like under the blanket in this photo.
From Dora and Gyro's foster "mom": Dora and Gyro are such sweet cats. In the mornings when I'm still in bed, Dora likes to snuggle into the crook of my arm (or anywhere there is bare skin) , with her nose directly touching my skin, and then knead. Gyro sleeps right at my head most evenings.
Gyro is shy with strangers but once she knows you, she discovers that she loves being pet. She wanders around me pretending to check out various objects, but she really wants to be pet.
Dora, Gyro and my resident cat yesterday played leap frog, one jumping over the other, several times. Dora and Gyro would be very happy in a home with anotehr cat - Gyro and my resident cat yesterday played leap frog, one jumping over the other, several times. Very funny!