Caring for Katie is a bit of a roller coaster ride. One day she will take what I consider to be a major step, and the next day she will revert to her previous behavior. For example, on two occasions she has approached me to be petted, but there was 2-3 weeks between these events. There are a couple of improvements that appear to be stable. She continues to do well with potty training. No accidents in the past couple months. Also, she usually comes in to the house when I call her. Sometimes it takes more encouragement than others, but eventually she comes in and I don’t need to herd her around the yard. She has also started coming in when I call her for her meals. Then there are the mini-improvements which I hope suggests more trust. She comes closer to me when I’m sitting in the chair, although there still seems to be a barrier at about a foot from my reach. She is not adverse, however, to trying to steal food from the table next to me, and other mischievous behavior. She comes into the bedroom for good night treats. Instead of racing past me when we meet in the hallway, she stops and lets me pass. Also, several times I’ve approached her with an open hand, and instead of running away she stops and allows me to approach and pet her. More than anything however, she seems to be happy. She has discovered the bunnies in the yard and will post herself at a spot in the yard where she can keep a close eye on their movements. She sneaks toys and takes them outside. Sometimes I think she doesn’t make improvement faster because she’s content with things as they are.