Little fluff ball
Dusty is still pretty nervous each time that he goes outside. So Keiichi came out with him earlier today to teach him that it will be fine. We no longer have Luna at our home, so he is the baby in the home and is learning from all of the other cats.
About a week ago, we gave Luna back to my daughter's boyfriend because she was having so much trouble with litter box training and eating. She needed to be back home with her mom so that she can get milk from her and learn from her. 7 cats with 3 of them being kittens was getting to be a lot to handle, especially when one of them was not eating right or using the litter box.
So without Luna, we thought that Dusty would have a hard time, but he has adapted very well to her being gone. Keiichi has taken more of a big brother role and has been cuddling with him and coming to his aid when he needs it.
Before I brought Keiichi out to be with Dusty, he was just sitting in the same spot and refused to move, but after Keiichi came up to him and showed him that you are supposed to walk around in the grass, Dusty started to explore a lot more.
My grass is a bit long, so maybe that was one of the reasons why Dusty didn't want to move around. It isn't too hot here yet, so I have to mow my lawn every couple days, where as when it heats up, I have to mow about every 6 days or so.
I wish my neighbors didn't have dogs so I could let more of the cats outside. Franky always wants to come out and if anyone else is out back, he just sits at the window and whines.
Franky is a total opposite of Dusty when it comes to being outside. If I have Franky out back, I can't have any of the other cats because he goes all over the place. One of these days I am going to have to just bring all the cats outside and see what they all do. I am sure they will have a blast, but they will be crazy.