When we first brought Tye home last Thursday night, we put him in the guest bathroom so we could gradually introduce him without threatening Jasper’s territory. Turns out that was a good idea, because we’ve had to keep him isolated due to a viral infection.
We (mostly DeeAnn) have been doing our best to keep him company in there–sitting with him once or twice a day while we read, work, nap, or play cards. He was bottle-raised by humans from one day after birth, and we don’t want him to get too lonely.
The fentanyl patch comes off Tye’s leg on Monday afternoon, and at that time we’ll also ask the vet when we can think about letting him out of quarantine. He and Jasper have been very curious about each other, especially during the brief times when we crack open the bathroom door.
Aside: If you notice some gaps in the time-lapse video, it’s because Dorgem periodically locks up, crashes, or has trouble uploading images to TyeCam. Hey, it’s free software, and hasn’t been updated since 2005; you get what you pay for. But close enough for rock ‘n’ roll, I say.