All good with him, loves his food, always hungry if I may say this with out offending him, haha also very protective over his food he would growl and cover it with his paws and on some occasions he would roll on it. He gets vocal during the day these days and I have been seeing some fresh spoor around his side of the camp close to Ma Juah and Achee. Maybe he has been spending some time with the girls, cannot confirm I just saw spoor not him there physically.
Guests love him to bits, most UK guests who come to the Centre, always ask about him first, well sometimes they will see him and some will leave a bit disappointed but knowing he has the best care and the best natural enclosure ever that could bring him the closest to the bush/wild where animals such as birds, lizards and maybe snakes visit his enclosure. He has adapted very well to all of this, hmm indeed he is the man! Almost four years with us he is doing very well. I must say, seeing him from when he came here to how he is now, well, we have come a long way. Thanks to you all out there who believe in us and enable us to do what we can, thumbs up!
They are really well and they look great. During tours guests are more likely to see them then the other cats. When the students came over to help us with cleaning their camp, the triplets were very well behaved, shut in their hospital camp.
Sami is still a bit of a bully other than that when there is no food around he is the kindest cat ever can be, you will see him grooming Alam or Nimira, he can be a real big brother sometimes.
Alam, he is a cat from a different world, he loves to play even during feeding – well cats are playful animals aren’t they? He would be so relaxed like ‘whatz-up dude?’’ as if he is high on something. Always chilled and relaxed and will walk away from fights with Sami. He can be difficult sometimes if he gets tired; I have noticed that.
Well Nimira, I like her, she has a special spot in my heart, she is always busy, stalking mice - if not on her jungle gym looking out at the open areas on Shamwari. Sometimes I would think to myself what is going on in her head, because you would see she is far away with her mind, in a very deep thought. Don’t mess with her then, she will throw everything at you. Ja, Sami knows this too!
The girls are doing very well, they too look great, love their food, they do spend most of their time at the back of their enclosure. Achee can be a bit naughty as sometimes she wants to take MJ’s food, not sure what’s up with that. So, I have been shutting one or other of them in the hospital camp, to make sure they get all their own portion Other than that all seems to be in order.