Jackson was very hissy the first day or two. Isabella was pretty much fine the day I brought her. She was curious and wanted to investigate. She didn't want to hide which I was really happy about. She seemed to feel fine about the situation. Daisy hid for a few days. Yesterday, when I saw her, she was sitting in her litter box. For some reason, when cats are nervous, they sit in their litter boxes. She was hiding in a little cubby, laying under the blankets for the first few days. I was so happy to see that she had progressed to sitting in the litter box. I also visited Annie who was really happy to see me. She rolled around and wanted me to scratch her belly and under her chin.
I feel a lot better about all of them. It was hard for me to bring them to the shelter. Now, I am happy I did because they are much more available for adoption. It is hard to get a cat adopted when they are in a foster home. The only way the public is aware of them is their picture on petfinder. Now that they are living at the shelter, I don't have to arrange for a time for the prospective parents to meet them. They can meet them anytime!
This picture of Jackson is sad. I was leaving and I decided to take another picture of him. He meowed and reached out to me. I felt really sad when I left but I know that he is safe and is getting taken care of. I would never leave them if I felt they would be neglected. I am going to visit them on Wednesday.