Yeah! It's kitten season! And boy were we busy yesterday. We have about seven kittens altogether. Three black, two tabby and white and two tiny grey ones. The pink collar means it is a girl. Jack, who looks exactly like her but is far more energetic, was adopted yesterday. This one, (no name as yet) is sweet and cuddly, if a tiny bit shy.
Sorry this is blurry, but I was trying to hold its brother, (or sister) back in the cage with one hand while I took this picture with the other hand. Finally I had to close the cage door before I lost one of them.
They are both too young to be adopted, but are being taken home to be fostered until they are old enough to find a permanent home. Very lively and playful.
This one looks a bit scrawny in this photo, but she will soon fatten up. Kittens have access to food at all times including luscious wet food of "stinky goodness", as I have seen described on other blogs! We also have to check the tightness of their collars because kittens grow and collars don't.
Now don't get carried away with the cuteness of kittens, because we have a good number of fully grown cats, who are just as sweet and cuddly. I'll show some of those tomorrow.
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