Sam Morgan
Thanks so very much Chrystal!
(you are free to share this, if you think it suits)

I hope I’m not being a pest as I’m sure you have many messages to attend to.

Tiger-Lily is now sitting on command! She is one very clever little girl!
Although, she is not to keen on being by herself just yet, I can’t blame her for that tho, but I’m trying to remain consistent, in order to teach tiger-lily that I will only give her attention when she is good. She isn’t too keen on being picked up, but within ground heights she loves being cuddled, just have to be seated on the floor when we try and pick her up. The cats aren’t to sure on her yet, but are getting use to her slowly. One of our cats was seen (by me) nosing each other, almost like they were trying to smell each other.

I really can’t believe at how quick tiger-lily can learn! she hasn’t been with us very long and already knows her name, knows the command, ‘come’ (but still knows how to try and challenge us, LOL) and has learnt the command, ‘sit’. She will do anything for a grape! LOL! (Oh! and has begun to use the ‘litter tray’ that I have invented for her! Still learning, but has come a LONG way in such a short time)
Although, I have now quartered the grape, to limit her sugar intake and to get her to learn her commands more quickly. Tiger-lily is really thriving for her treat of a grape! LOL!

Thank-you so much Chrystal for your advice!

Your advice is invaluable and Tiger-Lily is thriving in such a short time! She isn’t sure on the kids just yet (understandably, as we are from a broken home so she doesn’t have the same kids 24/7) but I’m sure she will adjust to the routine as she is very clever, but cheeky! LOL Tiger-Lily responds to me and Dad on a constant level, so I’m sure she will adjust very quickly as Dad and I are here all the time.

P.S. – she does love your pats! and a very special, unique girl that I am over the moon to have to our expanding family!

Wednesday 17th. April

Hi Chrystal,
little Tiger-Lily is settling in nicely.
She is now coming to her name without needing a grape in my hand! LOL! and it is sooooo cute how she follows me everywhere. As soon as I move, she moves so she can be close.
She will now sit for her breakfast and dinner. I bought her a ball with a hole in it and I hide spinach leaves in it, lol. She’s not to interested in that yet, do you have an idea with what treat I can put in it?
Other then that, she settles very well at night. I turn her light off, put her into her bed and say night-night, and we don’t hear from her until morning, when we go into her room ready to start our day.

Thanks for such a great and cheeky lil girl! We all love her to bits and kids can’t wait to take her to school for show and tell!