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  • (suspenseful music)

  • - I'm getting a kitten today.

  • This is so exciting.

  • - [Niamh] Oh my God she's teeny-tiny.

  • - [Joey] Oh my God she loves you.

  • - [Niamh] She does she's taken to you very well Molly.

  • - [Bee] She's so cozy.

  • - Her eyes weren't developing

  • as fast the other kittens in the litter.

  • There was a period where a lot of people

  • thought she might be blind.

  • We love each other, it's instantaneous.

  • We just fell in love.

  • (upbeat music)

  • All right you guys,

  • last video on Wednesday

  • you guys met little Leo for the first time.

  • Now it's time for Gallop to meet her.

  • My friend Bradon, who was baby-sitting her,

  • has put Gallop in a room,

  • so we're gonna do this little bit slowly.

  • We're just gonna play it by ear, see how it goes.

  • Kitty is home.

  • - [Bradon] Oh my gosh, where is she?

  • - She's in her bubble pack.

  • - Okay.

  • - She's a little astronaut - I'm like,

  • you look the same as you did when you left.

  • (kitten meowing) Oh my God, is that her?

  • - [Molly] Yeah.

  • - Or was that your shoe?

  • - [Molly] That's her.

  • Braden, do you wanna meet little (beep)?

  • - He looks like an astronaut.

  • - I know she's a little astronaut.

  • - I still don't believe there's a cat in there.

  • This is like a prank video.

  • - [Niamh] She's this side, she's this side.

  • - [Braden] She's on your right side.

  • - [Molly] Hello.

  • - [Niamh] Hey baby girl welcome to your new home.

  • Two doors Molly.

  • - We're best friends.

  • We bonded instantly. - Oh my gosh.

  • - This is baby girl. - Welcome to your new home.

  • She's tiny.

  • - I know.

  • - She has this cute little brown patch

  • right there on the top.

  • Oh my God she's so soft.

  • - [Molly] I know, she's everything.

  • - I just wanna like, I want a blanket out of you.

  • Not out of you,

  • - Yeah please don't skin my cat right away.

  • - I would never do that.

  • - So we have a--

  • - [Braden] So curious,

  • - Yeah, we bought an outdoor playpen for her.

  • So when we're on our balcony,

  • she can be out there with us and be safe.

  • So we're gonna bring it inside

  • and kind of put her in that and then bring Gallop out.

  • This is, we're just following what the vet recommended.

  • So if you did it another way

  • or you think it's better than other way,

  • I'm just following what my vet said.

  • So we're gonna put [beep] playpen

  • and then we're gonna slowly bring Gallop out.

  • She's already smelled it blankie.

  • Right, let's get the playpen Niamh.

  • - [Niamh] There we go.

  • - See here's her outdoor playpen that we've brought inside.

  • There you go baby.

  • It has gallops blanket in it.

  • Like I said, she's already been smelling and sitting on,

  • see this is where her sight is interesting.

  • 'Cause she doesn't track things quite properly

  • like her siblings.

  • - [Niamh] I wonder if she, should we get some water for her?

  • - [Molly] Yeah, let's get her some water.

  • Okay.

  • So she's in there now, we got her a bowl of water.

  • The vet recommended of course treating both of them,

  • kind of letting Gallop out and just, she's safe in there,

  • he can kind of explore around her, sniff her.

  • They can look at each other with a barrier between them.

  • So they both feel safe.

  • And then we can kind of see how they're reacting

  • and treat both of them if they're doing well

  • so that they both get reinforced.

  • Like this person is good.

  • It gives you treats like it's positive thing.

  • So that's the plan.

  • Okay, so she's been hanging out in there for a little bit.

  • She's been just an angel.

  • I went in to see Gallop

  • because I knew that he would freak out

  • because we're never separated.

  • So I knew he'd freak out when he saw me,

  • which he did,

  • he was sniffing my pants all over

  • so I can definitely tell he smells her.

  • She started meowing when I left the room.

  • So sweet.

  • We're so attached already.

  • So he could hear her.

  • So he was smelling her.

  • He could hear her.

  • And he was freaking out because I was home.

  • So we got that kind of like moment

  • between us out of the way.

  • They've been able to kind of hear each other

  • from separate rooms.

  • One thing I wanted to mention is the MIRA Foundation

  • where I got Gallop from,

  • does train the dogs with cats in the kennels.

  • So they're very used to cats,

  • both Gypsy and Gallop really like cats,

  • but we've never had one in our home.

  • So that's what will be interesting, so.

  • I think he's gonna be quite excited.

  • He's gonna barrel out.

  • Shh, hey baby.

  • Hey baby, hey.

  • - [Niamh] He hasn't yet noticed,

  • he's like I can smell something.

  • - [Molly] I can smell my treats.

  • - [Niamh] Yes.

  • Oh, what a good day.

  • What a good day. - Oh, look over here.

  • Well, she's not even peeping.

  • Does she see him?

  • - [Niamh] Yeah, she's just looking at him.

  • She's totally calm.

  • - [Molly] Well, this is great so far.

  • - [Niamh] He hasn't even noticed.

  • - [Molly] He's far more interested in his treats.

  • - [Niamh] She's just looking out like really super calm.

  • I think she wants to nap.

  • She's feeling very safe.

  • - The vet said as long as they don't react,

  • then I can just begin the process even further, so.

  • - [Niamh] But Gallop hasn't even seen her yet, Molls.

  • I'm starting to think,

  • he's oblivious. - I don't think he's going to.

  • Yeah, I don't think he's going to that's the point.

  • I think I have to take her out.

  • 'Cause I don't think he's gonna notice.

  • - [Niamh] He's so Gallop like.

  • - [Molly] Do you know this hasn't had dinner.

  • - [Niamh] Oh, let's feed him.

  • - Yeah, let's feed him dinner.

  • Get that off his mind.

  • So he's eating

  • and hopefully he'll start to notice, soon.

  • It's really hard to introduce somebody

  • when they don't even notice another person's there.

  • - [Niamh] He's oblivious.

  • - [Molly] Oh, is he,

  • - [Niamh] He just wagged his tail.

  • He's left, he's like where are those treats?

  • - [Molly] Yeah, okay, I think I'm gonna open this.

  • Hey baby.

  • - [Niamh] She's so content down there.

  • Oh no he's getting it.

  • Oh, he's wagging his tail.

  • Oh, he's, oh,

  • oh wow what is he in here?

  • - Now you notice. - What's in there.

  • And she's looking at him,

  • they're looking at one another.

  • - [Molly] You know, because she's such a young kitten still

  • only eight and a half weeks,

  • you know, she's so malleable still.

  • - [Niamh] She's standing up, Molly.

  • She's taking it in,

  • I think it's time to let her take it in

  • a little bit more, you know? - Yeah.

  • Let's give her a treat.

  • - [Niamh] Yeah she's sniffing it.

  • She likes your arm I think.

  • She's like, "Oh Molly smells delicious".

  • She just loves you.

  • No she says, there's a lot to take in right now.

  • - [Molly] It's okay.

  • - [Niamh] I don't think she knows

  • quite what she wants to do.

  • - It's okay. - It's a lot, you know.

  • If we wanna, we can close you back up for a bit.

  • - Okay, so she seems like she's pretty chill

  • and pretty calm.

  • It's been a while.

  • So I'm gonna try and pick her up and see how that goes.

  • She's been chilling in her litter.

  • - [Niamh] She loves her litter box.

  • - [Molly] Hey baby.

  • - [Niamh] Ah look at Gallop.

  • Gallops' tales wagging.

  • - [Molly] Hey baby.

  • Well, he's done.

  • (laughing)

  • He's like, that was cool.

  • She didn't like hiss or anything.

  • - [Braden] He's more curious about her home.

  • - [Molly] I know, he's like, wait, why did she get stuff?

  • - [Niamh] He's like, has she got food in there.

  • - [Molly] I mean she's fine,

  • like this is, - Yeah.

  • They're both fine.

  • They're both just like chill.

  • - [Molly] Hold on, now I have cat litter all over my lap.

  • Thanks (beep).

  • - [Niamh] You know maybe it's just so familiar.

  • - [Molly] Yeah, she's like, she's just chilling.

  • - [Niamh] She's like, I want to explore a little bit now.

  • - All right, well we'll update you guys

  • if something interesting happens.

  • Because other than that,

  • it's just like pretty much nothing to either of them,

  • which is kind of what we thought would happen.

  • - [Molly] Is she coming out?

  • - [Niamh] The ball, the ball's there.

  • The ball's there.

  • - She is having so much fun.

  • We've been playing so much today.

  • She's hilarious.

  • We just love her so much

  • but we haven't introduced her to my dad back in Toronto.

  • So we're gonna FaceTime him right now.

  • And then I wanted you guys to be part of the intro.

  • You're gonna meet your grandpa, all right?

  • We've been tuckering her out

  • so I can hold her in my arms for the call.

  • Haven't we?

  • You've been playing for so long.

  • - [Niamh] Yeah, she's so cute.

  • (phone ringing)

  • - Are you ready to meet (beep) dad?

  • - Sure.

  • - Baby girl, you have to meet your grandpa.

  • I know you want to keep playing.

  • I know you do.

  • Oh, I know.

  • She's currently flailing on her back

  • with her paws in the air,

  • like don't, I want to play.

  • Come here, come here.

  • - Hello (beep).

  • - She's so tiny, dad.

  • - [Molly's dad] What do you think of Gallop?

  • - She's like, well, I'm not sure.

  • He's a very big cat (beeping).

  • - [Niamh] Oh, there she goes.

  • - She loves the back of this couch here.

  • Don't you?

  • Isn't she cute, dad?

  • - Yes, she's very cute.

  • - You're adorable.

  • - She's kind of got little gray patches has she?

  • And then a brown patch kind of?

  • - Yeah, she's mostly black, right mom?