My boys are Iams boys; they love their Iams! Funny enough, my two boys eat through a 6.8 lb bag in three weeks. I’m not sure if that’s good or if it’s bad … it is what it is. In the end, what’s important to me is that my boys are healthy; it’s one less thing for me to worry about.
Jake is older, more laid back, and knows exactly what he wants. He’ll walk right up to you and tell you too. For over three years, since we rescued him, Jake has been slowly training us to be exactly how he wants. My partner says Jake was trained … I say Jake trained us.
He is such a good boy. Unfortunately, he’s not a lap cat and he doesn’t like to be touched too much either. Jake was very skiddish, in the beginning, and over time he’s learned that he is loved, and is safe.
Jasper is much younger; very much still a kitten. This baby was rescued this past summer, and managed to squirm his way into our home and hearts. Jake isn’t always glad to see him … mainly because Jasper is always playing, and Jake isn’t always in the mood.
Over the past several months, Jasper has managed to cause a lot of turmoil, and has upset Jake many times … such is the way of a kitten! We’re hoping that with time (as Jasper gets older), he’ll begin to settle down a bit. Jake is certainly looking forward to it!