So, since the kittens were fixed there does seem to be some calming down happening. Oh, they're still getting into things they shouldn't but that's as much our fault as theirs for leaving things where they can get to them. Meaning food of course. But the good thing is I haven't seen or woken up to either of them chasing Pogo and being aggressive towards him. So that's a good thing. It's what finally made us get off our asses and get them taken care of. It was stressing Pogo out to where he'd hiss at them when they just walked in his general direction.
Although they'd chase him during the day and sometimes in the middle of the night they'd still all end up on my pillow at some point basically pushing me off it. And since the neutering the snuggling as gotten even better.
This happened the other night.
Look how much Pippin covers Pogo. And Pip is not a light cat, in fact he weighs 12.3 pounds. Where as Pogo is probably only around 8 or 9. Haven't weighed him in awhile but the kittens were just weighed at the vets. Pip is 12.3 and Merry is 10 even. And Pogo definitely doesn't weigh as much Merry does. Size wise they're about the same but Merry is a very solid 10 pounds. Pogo isn't.
They don't ever seem to snuggle with Pogo any other time but when it comes to my sleep time they're all over each other trying to get the best spot on the pillows.
Media quote of the day: Monty Python's The Holy Grail
I fart in your general direction - John Cleese (can't recall which character said it though)