Anyway, the big thing on our minds right now is that we're leaving for Japan in not too long at all! But actually I'm not thinking about that quite so much as about the little gray kitten. It was in our patio this morning and seemed like it was looking for something to eat. Its mom came by and it would try to get some milk from her, but she would just keep walking and maybe turn her head like, "Come on, I said no." She seems to be keeping her eye on things, though, so we probably shouldn't be too worried, but one of the kitten's littermates came by and it was like twice as big as this little gray kitten!
So when we went to the grocery store for our weekly shopping trip, we got some wet food in the hopes that maybe this little kitten could get more to eat. (The kittens are probably between three and four weeks old, and Google-sensei tells us they can start eating wet food.) When we finally pulled ourselves away from Kingdom Hearts, there was the kitten, all alone in our patio (except for one of the older kittens who was lounging in the fence), so it was time to try it out! Athena got some food and put it on a plate, then went outside and put it in front of the kitten...who promptly ran away. Oh well.
A few minutes later, the older kitten came by and started eating it, and she was soon joined by the gray kitten's mother. Finally, the gray kitten came by to see what was going on, and it was a while before it got up the courage (or the energy?) to pass by the older kitten and see the food. Eventually it seemed to look at the food and decide it wasn't interested. But maybe if its mother is getting more to eat there will be more milk for the little guy. I just keep telling myself that if Google-sensei's information is correct, it's probably still growing at a normal rate, and this isn't necessarily a sign that it's unhealthy and needs assistance.
Today I'm thankful for getting to try the sweet oat & flax Good Thins, getting to level up a lot of medals in Kingdom Hearts, having more packing paper from PetSmart for Page to lounge in (it's her favorite), getting to go to the ward activity last night, and getting to sleep in this morning.