We're in Arid-zone!
We're here, everyone! We made it all the way from Whisk-onsin to Arid-zone.
At first Mom thought we could share carriers, Max and I in one, and Tipper and Misty in the other, but that didn't work out well. Too much hissing going on with all of us stressed out, so Mom put us each in a carrier by ourselves.
We each wore a calming collar and our blankets were sprayed with some calming stuff, but we still meowed for the first hour of the trip. After that, we calmed down.
Mom had a new litterbox for us, too, one that fits in a corner and we got a chance to use it every time the car stopped. Mom made sure all the car doors and windows were closed, then each of us, one at a time, was let out of our carrier so we could have water and use the litterbox if we needed to.
And you know what, we didn't get anything to eat the whole trip, and it took forever!! I thought I was going to starve to death and asked Mom for food, but she didn't give me any.
Oh for Bast's sake, it was only 2 days and Mom didn't give us anything but water 'cause she didn't want us to have to poop and not be able to get to the litterbox. She made us open our mouth and gave us lots of water, though.
Anyway, it was a long, boring trip, but we're all fine and Mom has her inner-nets working so we'll be talking to you more often now.
We're living in a bedroom and bathroom in our human sister's house until we get a house of our own, but our room is real big and bright and we rest all day. Mom says it'll be a while until we have our own house.
And guess what. Mom says she's real proud of me 'cause I haven't peed anywhere since we got here!!
Mom put our cat perch right by a window so we can look out, but we mostly sleep all day. When Mom and Dad come to bed at night, we all pile on the big bed. Here's a picture of what we see out the window by our perch.