On Saturday night, Mommy had some friends come over for dinner. They were drinking from those funny-shaped glasses and making a lot of noise.
Delilah loves company and flits around saying hello to everyone (especially the men), but I'm more of a one-on-one kinda guy and big crowds make me uncomfortable. I just stayed out of the way and let people come to me.
One of the guests was Remo, the guy who adopted my brother Ammon. Ammon and I used to be be pretty close when we were kittens (he's the little black one snuggled up with me), but we haven't seen each other since the day we were adopted.
I had some one-on-one time with Remo and I can see that my brother is a lucky cat! Remo is a very nice guy and I had a purr session with him (although, I don't think he purred much).
Mommy, of course, was asking Remo all about Ammon. He is doing very well except he also had a problem with cystitis like I did. She wonders if maybe it is genetic or had something to do with the fact that we weren't fed by our cat mom.
It turns out that Ammon has his picture on the internet doing a funny thing. It looks to me like he was just having fun, but all the humans laughed when they saw it. They laugh at the silliest things!
Maybe cystitis runs in the family, but, after seeing my brother Ammon, I think it's more likely that handsome mancats run in the family!
P.S. To answer Martin's comment, my little sister is the pretty grey and white kitty in the kitten picture.