MIL is here for a week-long visit; she's looking into retirement homes in our city.
The good news is that she loves cats. The Sweetie and I had an evening obligation, so we left her in Catland with a chair, a book, and a request that she play with the kittens to tire them out.
When we came home, she was playing with Turbo, and saying how "aggressive" she was. "She climbed all over the shelves, and kept coming over to me, and jumping around, and she made me bleed!" (Turbo had used her claws climbing up MIL's leg.)
MIL then told us about her time in Catland. She got Nazgul, the shy one, to play with her, but had to distract the other, "aggressive" kittens away from them.
I was thinking, "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it does," but what I said was "Could I direct you to another word? Maybe "bold" or "active?"
She said, "Yeah! That's right! I didn't mean that they were mean or anything!"