Element is 6 weeks in these pictures, but is actually 7 weeks when this posts. She is old enough that Wendy over at can tell me about her personality. Her brother, Sir, is a relaxed cuddle monster. Element however is out to SEE THE WORLD! She is always exploring and looking for new adventures, but when she hears her name is quick to come and see you, for fear she might miss something.
She is smaller then her brother, weighing in right now at JUST under 1lb. The vet said however she is doing fine, just dwarfed by her moose of a brother.
As she gets older her colors keep STRETCHING out, and they look like someone POOFED them on with a paint brush.
All in all so far, it is more fun for pictures now since she is more interactive and you can tell in them. She is no longer just a blob of skin.
Thanks to the folks over at I was convinced it would be better to have two kittens. So the search started for a maine coon for C. Well.. No maine coons where to be found. no breeders emailed back, nothing. (One finally did.. with 9 month old un socialized kittens that she would give us a GREAT deal on *rolls eyes*)
So when we went to visit two weeks ago, over at C got to play with the babies and meet the adults. She was swept away by there personality very fast and fell in love with Elements brother. So she bought her brother and named him (something really long that I cant remember) Sir.
Sir is a “Red” sphynx like his Momma, SheRa.
Sir and Mom
Sir imitating count dracula (RUN ELE! RUN!)
The whole family, Ele, SheRa and Sir (only two in the litter)
I mentioned post before this, that I was getting a baby sphynx kitten. I named her Element, she is a patch tabby. here is a new born photo an one of her at 10 days.
This is Element (patch tabby) at 24 hours old
Element, 10 days old
I am excited to welcome her to the family where for a short time she will star as the only kitty. C hopes to get a main coon kitten soon after for herself and so they will not be only kittys since they are both social breeds.