(Clockwise from top left: Caramel, Fame, Panther & Max).
I don't really instagram many pictures of Caramel :( Come to think of it, I don't really know why. Well, I know why. She's a feisty little minx. (I had more on my new phone, which is being repaired in the Sony Centre at the moment). I will upload more solo pictures of her.
In my opinion, I feel like she's the prettiest one, and she knows it (probably why she's not too affectionate, cause she knows she'll get anything). She's five months old, with beautiful, Bengal-like brown stripes. At the age of 3 months, she killed a bird that was flapping around on my 19th floor balcony. She'll bite your hand playfully, but when I come home and chill at my sofa, she loves to lick my feet. Ick, but endearing.
(Fame and Caramel are names my friend's 12 year old sister gave to the kitties, so go figure). Fame's Caramel's brother, who died when he was 3 months old. Fame was very playful, and loved to bite my fingers and toes (maybe the foot fetish runs in their genes). I adopted Fame, Caramel and Panther from the supermarket at the same time. He was a beautiful grey color, and I do miss him. But with three other cats on my plate, they keep my occupied enough as it is.
Panther is the super affectionate one in the house. She's curl up to you any chance she gets, whether you're trying to read the newspaper, or watch a movie on your laptop. She has a very weird meow - I can't describe it, except that it sounds "wonky" haha. I used to find her so annoying, but she's grown on me (maybe cause the other two are not as affectionate). She's 6 months old. In the picture below, my housemate used extra fabric from his trouser legs
Max is the King of the house, and causes havoc at home. He's a greedy bastard, who ends up pawing the other two kitten's bowl towards him once he gobbles down his portion. You can read about my journey with Max here.
He's quite fat. I've been trying to cut down his food intake, even changing to expensive no-filler cat food :( I don't know where he gets his extra fats from.
So these cats do fill up a good portion of my day. If you're thinking of adopting cats (please adopt!), keep in mind that your furniture will be destroyed, they'll break everything possible in the house, and be prepared to invest in expensive things like shots, anti-flea spray, food, deworming syrup, and so forth. But they comfort me so much, and I love them.