Oh, man, typos galore on that longer post earlier! Sorry, serves me right for not proofreading. >.< Aw, thanks, Linda, you are so kind. And you must have some stories! Would you maybe write about them in your journal sometimes?
Some pics... The healthier lighter female did eat actually. Turns out she wasn't so sure about the worms. But she accepted a few pellets graciously enough.
Their temporary abode.
My Georgia boys are alive and well! Pics for proof lol. Although my cello boy keeps stripping away his beautiful fins.
But I think it's more common with white/lighter colored males?
He got booted from his tank to the bowl (which I broke down and reset without sans the plants for now) because his mommy was too lazy to mess around with the landscaping and add another divider.
Potato quality picture of Red because he MUST KEEP MOVING. Red's philosophy: "You can rest when you're dead."
Slightly better pic of the DT. He's all fins and flowy-ness.
Current condition of female... Lighting is still not showing the fuzzy patches on the darker color (I think she will be red when she gets her color back). One seems to be turning into a marble. The lightest one may possible be a cambodian pattern since she is showing black or blue in her fins.
Oh, oh, and some of the new kid! I think we decided on Matt Murdock/Daredevil to go with the comic theme of our cats. Although his actual rescuer/captor wanted Ronnie Milcat (after Ronnie Milsap the country singer). I don't know, what do you guys think? My gf took these, I just ripped them off of her FB/tumblr, so if you see them elsewhere... They have been posted elsewhere.
My gf just got off work. We're facetiming (talking right now) and he seems like such a sweetie. He is currently on antibiotics. He has an upper respiratory infection. He's malnourished and his ears were all clogged up with gunk and wax. We don't know what his hearing is like either because he doesn't really respond to other cats' meows. It might be better now that his ears got cleaned. One of his eyes is swollen and both are leaking, so maybe the blindness is from the infection and he'll get his vision back. His eyes do respond to some light stimuli, but it's minimal. Hadn't gotten vacinated/dewormed yet because of that, so he can't quite be with the other cats yet. He is very uncertain of his surroundings still, but very trusting of his caretakers.
Before/after his bath. Doesn't he look so much better?
He mostly just stays put unless you move him. He eats well, but doesn't seem to quite have gotten down drinking water and what to do in the litter box.
Look, gifs! Fancy!