Before that, the boys got taken to the local vet for their annual vaccination. I don't think I've shown you an updated photo of them. I shall rectify that very soon. Getting them into the cat carriers wasn't too stressful on either them or me, which is always a good thing. We got to the vet, and he said the nicest things a cat owner likes to hear.
Firstly, he was impressed by their size. I always worry that they're small, but he says they're not. I think that they're a tad short, but they have long bodies which apparently is a good thing. He asked me what I fed them, and half way through telling him (1/2 cup each of dry in the morning, a scoop of wet food in the evening and to get them back inside I give them 1/4 cup of dry at night) he said I was a responsible cat person, and that they were the correct weight for their size. (He did call them lean, but in a good non-Kate Moss way) Their coats are smooth and silkly, they're teeth are excellent and their paws are great too.
I asked about eggs, because I give them each an egg yolk once a week, and he said that was fine, and to not change what I was feeding them. I mentioned my concerns about Owen's nerves, but he said some cats are just nervous cats, so that's a relief.
But yes; I am doing the right things. Any mental problems they have are not my doing! Yay!!