They are amazing at that age! I remember when my Scarlett's litter was born. Their feral mom had them in the flower bed off the front porch and rather than freaking out the mom, we chose to build her a shelter on top of the kittens (to keep the predators out). To get on the porch itself, the kittens needed to stand on their hind legs, grab the floor of the porch and hoist themselves up (about 6 inches or the length of your hand). They started doing that about the time their eyes opened. Your picture brought back a flood of memories of that time. From the first moment that Scarlett set her eyes on my husband, she would frantically pull herself on the porch and run to him every time he came out the front door. She never did it to me - only my husband. When their mom died when they were 22 days old (probably protecting them), we brought them inside and bottle fed them. Scarlett was perfectly content laying in hubbies arms while he nursed her, and would squirm when I tried to do it. I nursed her siblings. After 4 years, she has finally decided that mom is OK too and shares her love with me.
Wow - all those memories triggered from a simple picture!! Thanks for taking me there!!