We have kittens! This is just a super-quick post to let those of you not on social media know that kittens were born last evening. We have four of them – one calico, one house panther (all black), one tortie, and one black and white tuxie. The calico and tortie are girls, of course, and I think the other two are boys (Fred will have a look later.)
They are a beautiful, wiggly, healthy bunch, and everyone is doing great. Daisy has eaten, oversaw my changing of the soaked bedding, and now is curled up with the babies.
More tomorrow, of course!
2022: No entry.
2021: Polydactyls we have known.
2020: Alejandro relives his birthing experience.
2019: Tiny Mary, Tiny Basket.
2018: (Please note Oksana reclining in the middle of the pile like the Queen of Sheba.)
2017: No entry.
2016: No entry.
2015: A++ on the outrage display, Mary!
2014: You were wanting to see his bits, weren’t you?
2013: Meet the Royals!
2012: They certainly do love their mama.
2011: No entry.
2010: Meet the Bookworms. (Psst! This is Corbie’s litter!)
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: Moving into Crooked Acres.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.
Way to go Daisy! A “Love and Hisses Variety Pack” special, with a mini-you!
How exciting!! Just made my morning
Hooray for the happy kitten news!
Congrats to Daisy! Glad to see there’s a calico and tortie in the group. There will be more ‘tude than the foster room can handle! 😉
Yay! I love that they are all different!
Well done, Daisy – but the look on your face in the picture seems like you are counting the days until these mites will be ready to be adopted! Don’t worry – Robyn will keep pampering you and will find you a perfect home, too!
As I said on twitter, eeeeeee kittens! 😀
I’m holding out hope for a surprise, super special rarity of a male calico or tortie… but I’ll also be delighted with tricolor girls. I already am! And a tuxie and a house panther, squee!
Awwwww. She looks so content, and those little bundles of joy are adorable! WooHoo!
Daisy politely waited until Lincoln and Lilly were adopted, and then she was like, “Here you go, this house is ready for more kittens.” So thoughtful.