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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-15-2010, 12:21 AM Thread Starter
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Jezebel's Kittens

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Tabby #1


Tabby #2 and #3


Gray Tabby


Black kitten #1


Black Kitten #2


Their cage which has three layers. It now has a real litterbox and bed (which it doesn't in the picture).
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-15-2010, 02:30 AM
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They look great! She did a good job raising them and they appear to be the perfect age for socialization; right at weaning-age. Will you be able to socialize them, or get them accepted into a foster/adoption program or will they be s/n/vacc'd and be added to the Barn Brood?



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They are adorable kittens Furryfriends They look so sweet and fluffy! I want some more now :'(.. Heidi thanks for the advice too, looking for how to care for my pair just right, thanks for the help.
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Black kitten #1 seems to have inherited Mum's spunky attitude . They are all adorable.


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Thanks!

I'm hoping that I can get them adopted out (through the no-kill shelter) once they are old enough. One of them is already very friendly - and then one of the others is still very wild. The rest are in between.

They have finally figured out the concept of the litterbox. There hasn't been an 'accident' in 15 hours...I hope they can keep that up!

Their mom goes back to their barn today! She was spayed on Wednesday and already you can hardly see the scar from that. The vets do a very good job with making as small of incision as possible
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