The cats keep me entertained every day. I wish I had a camera with me at all times. And I wish I remembered I have a camera on my phone - which IS usually with me at all times. Last month I did a home evaluation of a kitten that the owner thought was being aggressive. The kitten was fine and was just being a 3-month-old kitten. The lady's apartment faced a pond. While I was watching the kitten, the lady told her granddaughter to get the crackers. At the patio door stood two adult ducks and 10 little ducklings. They come every afternoon for the crackers. The lady opened the door, tossed some oyster crackers out and a dozen ducks went crazy trying to get them. Half of the ducklings came inside the living room to get crackers thrown there. I was totally enthralled and mesmerized by this. It was the coolest thing I'd seen in years. Darn, I wish I had my camera. When I told my husband about it that evening, he said it was too bad I didn't get a picture with my phone. Damn! So, the past few days I've kept the camera close and took quite a few pictures.
Alex loves the kittens. They follow him around like he's their daddy, and he licks and grooms them like they're his kids.
Alex and the kittens get their canned food in the bathroom every evening. Alex starts whining, I get a can, a plate, and a spoon, and he and all four kittens run to the bathroom. It's called a conditioned response. It means they have me well trained.