Jordan and Emma are two peas in a pod. When my girlfriend and I first introduced them to each other, Emma took some time to get used to Jordan. The day before New Year’s, Emma had been adopted from the SF SPCA by my mother, but Emma was temporarily staying with my girlfriend and me for New Year’s week. Throughout the week Jordan and Emma began learning each other’s language and bonding.
After my mother returned home with Emma, Emma only wanted to sleep on Jordan’s blanket, which we had given Emma. And Jordan would only sleep on Emma’s blanket, which my mother left here at our San Francisco apartment.
My girlfriend and I started discussing what it would be like to get Jordan a friend. Jordan had suddenly started acting ‘sad’ and different.
In the beginning we made it clear we would only have one kitten but we didn’t feel we could separate Emma and Jordan.
It has now been a week since we adopted Emma from my mother in Grass Valley. Jordan and Emma have continued to express love for each other while showing different personalities… this makes them even more fun to observe.
I could talk for hours about what a wonderful experience this has been for us, but what would Jordan and Emma say? See Picture… They might say, “We are so glad we were adopted by our moms, who give us ALL THEIR LOVE AND AFFECTION, have cuddly beds and kitty posts next to the windows so we can sit and look out and be safe. We also enjoy nap time with our moms.”
Last but not least, my girlfriend and I would just like to thank the SF SPCA for blessing us with our two new additions to our family.