I was going to write about some important, educational topic today, but then I decided to write about my kitten foster brother instead, because that is the topic I think is most interesting right now, and it's my blog, so I can write about anything I want!
5. Meow in a high-pitched, annoying way
6. Crawl around looking goofy because he can't really walk yet
Mom says that this is all Carson can do right now because he is so young. She said I was once a tiny puppy, and that's all I did, too, but I don't remember that, so I think Mom is just making it up.
Then after that, she put Carson in the crate. Barry and I were really, really interested in Carson, and we sniffed him through the sides of the crate. Barry kept woofing and lunging at Carson and sticking his foot in there and trying to grab Carson and eat him.
Barry kept trying to get at Carson, and Mom was holding him back because she did not want Barry to bite Carson's foot off. Then finally, Mom put a muzzle on Barry, which Barry didn't like, but at least she didn't have to worry about Carson getting hurt.
Well, unless I decide to bite his foot off myself. Mom is hoping that that idea has not come into my mind, but it makes her nervous not knowing exactly what I'm thinking or planning. Ha! And I am not going to tell her, either, because I like to keep her in the dark.