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  1. Georgia

    Georgia's Kitten Thread (pic heavy)

    A few weeks ago, my mother and I were driving in a parking lot when all of a sudden we saw a cat running across a busy highway towards us. Out of curiosity, as the cat passed us, I called out to her to see if she would approach me. Much to my surprise, she did, and was very friendly. The poor thing was pretty skinny and would probably be hit by a car if we left her, so on an act of sheer spontaneity, we decided just to take her. My mom named her Susie. A few days later my mother took her to the vet to get her checked out. I got a phone call later during the day to hear that the cat was pregnant and giving birth in 2 weeks. This past Saturday after I came home from work, I noticed she was acting off and very restless. She sat in her bed and began purring loudly and grooming herself consistently. When I noticed her stomach contracting, I knew the fateful moment had come. Within about half an hour she gave birth to her first kitten, and then two after that. I was there with her the whole time, and witnessing the births was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. They are doing wonderfully, and getting bigger every day. Here are a few pictures. Proud momma Susie ***** Please keep in mind that although raising kittens is a wonderful experience, I do not condone the deliberate breeding of cats to have kittens (unless you are an experienced and professional breeder). There are many kittens in shelters looking for homes already! Please consider adopting, and above all, always spay and neuter!! **** I will update this thread periodically to follow their development. Enjoy!
  2. LovelyChaos

    My new foster family!

    These are my new foster kittens! They are 8 weeks old and very feral. There are 3 boys and one girl. The siamese is a sweetheart, and she lets me pet and scratch her and doesn't cower when I get near her. The russian blue and black and white ones are very scared, and neither like me to touch them or go near them. They are both girls. The orange and white one is a polydactyl, and he likes to explore but would rather not deal with people. But he happily sniffs me when I am still. These guys are going to be socialized until they can accept strangers in their lives. Then when the shelter is happy with their progress they will go back and be adopted! Their names are Nilla Wafer, Chip, Oreo, and Nutter Butter, respectively.
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