Miss Teia was asleep on a towel by the bedroom door this morning, Hildie had the couch and Chessie was on the bed.
Missy T preceded me down the stairs to the kitchen and ate there again. Hildie has her spot on the staircase and Chessie likes to stay upstairs (most of the time).
Teia spent quite a bit of time sniffigating the kitchen and sitting/dining room last night and this morning, even has a stool by one of the windows she likes sitting on for a few minutes at a time.
I took the attached picture this morning when she settled down after her morning constitutional.
A few minutes ago one of the landlords' cats (an older, black n white Tuxedo boy) walked by the patio door. Missy T got up and went to look at him without a peep.
I think that once we have a house big enough for all the girls to have a special place, we may see all three peacefully interacting. Already Teia's hisses for Chessie seem much more pro forma than heartfelt.
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