is Harvey's tail! Alice loves to try to catch that tail! And sometimes, Harvey still chases his own tail. I wouldn't be surprised if she learned how to chase his tail from him!
These two are such good friends. I love seeing them interact together. This morning Alice pinned Harvey down and gave his face a good washing. Sadly I didn't have my camera with me and I knew if I moved I would have to step over them and it would end the moment, so I just watched.
Lately I have been leaving Alice out of her room at night with the other cats. About an hour before bedtime I lock her up in her room with her special food and then at bedtime I let her out and put up all the cat food. It seems to be working OK, though a couple of times she has managed to sneak the other cats' food. She has not seemed to have a reaction to it, such as extra itching, so I'm considering trying her on their main food.
The food I was feeding her before was Whiskas which is cheaper so I usually give it to my rescue cats while they are not integrated with my cats. My cats eat Acana which is higher quality and has a lot of natural and more wholesome ingredients. I am hoping that she will be able to eat it and be OK. I don't know how long it takes for the itching to start after she eats the wrong food.
One other thing, she is such a sweet cat. She looks up at me with the most earnest expression on her face. In many ways I can see a lot of kitten in her. She was too young to be having babies of her own, she is not even properly grown herself yet!