Ade (agentfroot) wrote,

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Hagrid is feeling a lot better, and he's eager to explore. I let him out of the bathroom today, and he's been running around, acting cute, aaaaaaand using the scratching post without heading for the couch first! He's very interested in the other cats, and sometimes he'll follow/chase them around (they tolerate him, but sometimes they'll hiss if he gets too close). He's so energetic and happy right now, it's funny. I let him run amok while I was at work, and when I came back, he was hiding under the bed, but once I brought him into the living room, he was ready to socialize and run around. A week ago, he just wanted to sleep (partially from the stress of a new environment, partially because he was getting sick), and now he's bouncing around and trilling in this teeny, high voice. He's a good little man. He's huge for a baby (I think he's around 4 months old, yet he's nearly twice the size of most kittens that age), and pretty soon, he'll be the biggest cat in the house. But Maine Coons tend to reach impressive sizes, and they don't reach their full size for 3-5 years. I'm thinking this guy is going to be a 20-pounder someday, and I might have to leash-train him because he'll be too big for the cat carriers. (Hey, Maine Coons are pretty dog-like anyway.) But I really like that he's using the scratching post. It's good to see him being energetic and kittenish, instead of just hiding and sleeping all the time.


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