I arrived to pick up my boys, putting the carrier on the floor in Lynne's kitchen. Wound up talking and talking with Lynne and when it was finally time to go found three adult cats and four kittens had taken up residence in the carrier. Had to sort through the cats/kittens and remove the ones not coming home with me. When I got home, I put the carrier down in the living room and opened the door. Out streamed the boys, looking like a school of fish. They charged around the entire house, checking every nook and cranny. If one got left behind, he would sit and cry and the other two would run back for him. Upstairs, downstairs, into the litter box, up on the bed. There was no adjustment period for these guys. They had each other and they had us and settled in completely that first day.
The first morning they woke us up at 5 AM, ready to play. Make that playing all around our heads. And the second morning 5 AM. I tend to get up a bit later (ha), so by the third day I was bleary eyed and called Lynne."Oh, that's when I get up," she said, but quickly assured me that they would adapt to my schedule. Took about a week for them to get the idea and stay in bed until we got up!
Now I have lived with Siamese for most of my life. And one thing that I especially love about them is their talking. I even had one nicknamed Bizzy Mouth, she talked so much. But these boys.....having brothers seems to have made a huge difference. They had each other, they hardly vocalized at all!