She Is A He
Okay, so we just discovered that lil Peanit Budder is in fact a boy. Oh my gosh!! We’ve been calling him “her” all this time. The lady we got “him” from said that all the kittens were female. Now, I don’t make it a habit of looking at an animals private parts so, we just kind of took her word for it. Haha. The only reason we found out was because my son just got himself a little female calico and we put the two together and noticed he was being really aggressive with her. He kept getting on her back and wouldn’t let her go. He would bite down on the back of her neck and hold on for dear life. I thought it was super cute. The boy on the hand, didn’t like it too much so he picked up Peanit Budder and and held her up in the air and then said, “Mom, this is a boy”. What??!! “Don’t lie”. I said. He said again, “Mom, this is a boy cat”! He then proceeded to show me Peanit Budder’s little “peanut” and we compared the two kittens. Lo and behold. The boy was right. Goodness, I was pretty set on not having any male cats because they have a tendency to spray every where and that’s why we opted for a female. Darn!!! I don’t want a male cat but we’ve already grown attached to this little guy. Any suggestions on how to keep him from spraying everything in sight??
Here he is sleeping while sit/standing. Haha. He’s such a cutie patootie. I know that’s not a word and I’m pretty sure it’s spelled wrong even if it were. Oh shoot! Hold on. I just googled it and it’s actually in the urban dictionary and it’s spelled the same way. HA!!!