Bath time for the kittens – and for Charles!
“Hallo, innernets, I see you!” We have an eyeball! This is the kitten with the white toes on all 4 feet (who we later named Laura). I didn’t expect any eyes for a few more days, but now that we’ve got one, I suspect the rest of them will start plinking open.
It’s a rough life.
These little muffins are 1 week old! They’ve gained over a pound between the 5 of them (the heaviest kitten now weighs 7.9 ounces and lightest is 6.5 ounces), they’re happy, healthy, adorable chunky monkeys. ❤️
In case you missed it on the blog the other day: YES, Charles and Caroline will be adopted out together as a bonded pair. Which isn’t to say that they’ve been adopted – they haven’t – but when the time comes, we won’t split them up. They’ll be available for adoption once their kittens are weaned and after Caroline is spayed, so mid to late May. We’re located in Huntsville, Alabama and if you’re seriously interested in adopting these two lovebirds, email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to get the ball rolling.
Breakfast time for the kittens (shot every morning for a week. You can see them getting bigger!)
Mama’s little hissers.
2018: No entry.
2017: Archie, waiting for me to open the door so he can hesitate, think about it, maybe step one foot over the threshold and then stomp away in disdain.
2016: Is she not the most fabulously gorgeous girl?
2015: I don’t know that we’ve had a rare Diamond-Bellied Tuxie before!
2014: ..a chin strap, to hold her ears on! (Orlando’s got one, too.)
2013: No entry.
2012: Lest you think that Everett spends all his time chasing da bird, it is not so. He does lots of other things!
2011: No entry.
2010: No entry.
2008: Elle and Skittles were finally adopted!
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.