Jasper is doing GREAT, is very happy to have us as his “people”, and to have Pillar as his big brother kitty. He still has a lot of kitten left in him and a lot of energy to burn; but much more manageable and controlled. After a rough and stressful few months, we were finally able to get he and his brother Pillar integrated and peacefully existing together. They both wanted to have another kitty around. Pillar didn’t know how to deal with the bundle of energy and playfulness that is Jasper. Jasper was just excited to have another kitty around that he could jump on and play with. We spent a lot of time just trying to calm Jasper down. We knew it was all going to work out the one evening in May at bedtime when Pillar was up on the bed, Jasper jumped up and Pillar didn’t immediately take off. Jasper laid down next to Pillar and the two sat together for 20 minutes sniffing and pawing at each other. Today they are the best of pals; inseparable; enjoy chasing each other around the house; playing with their various feathered toys; tackle, tumble/flip, and regularly groom each other; and enjoy sharing space in the front bay window or the cat tree in the living room. Attached are some photos of Jasper and Pillar. Thanks again for connecting us with Jasper and the support/advice that Liz McCoy provided back in April. We look forward too many years of good times and purring happiness with Jasper and Pillar.