Update: All kittens have been reserved!
Lola and Nikki are both pregnant with three kittens each! Because they are expected to give birth within two days of each other, we’re accepting reservations for both litters combined. For example, when the person with first pick comes to select their kitten they can choose from either litter, and so on.
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We had to reschedule the appointment for the kitten X-ray until tomorrow morning. We will post the picture at noon tomorrow. We apologize for the delay.
Yes, you are.
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The waiting is the hardest part
We’re pretty sure that Lola is pregnant, so we’ve opened up our placement application once again. Also, please take a minute to read over about our process. It will answer a lot of your questions about how this whole thing works. Thank you!
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Nothing to report on the kitten front yet. Watch this space.
Max performs a quality check on my coffee. So helpful!
During this time of social distancing and telework, Max has turned out to be a pretty good home office cat (or, as we call him, the Intern). Despite some initial attempts to murder his nemesis, the headset wire, he mostly does the Maine Coon thing and hangs out nearby and looks regal.
We did catch him once on the computer looking for naked cat videos on the Internet, but luckily he can’t type well so he just ended up googling NKDCTVDOS.
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“There are girls on the other side of that door, I know it!”
Max and Buster are eager to have some romantic interludes with the ladies, but it’s not quite Spring and their girlfriends haven’t gone into heat yet. Max is trying hard by occasionally performing a romantic serenade, but the objects of his affection remain unmoved. This is mostly because his serenades likely consist of gems like, “Wanna Mate? Wanna Mate? Wanna Mate?” and “I Like Scrod. You Like Scrod. Let’s Get It On.”
What can we say? He’s a lover, not a lyricist.
Anyway, the moment we have a confirmed pregnancy we’ll post something there.
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The last of Pixel’s kittens is going to her new home today, so we will be kittenless until Spring. As the days get longer the girls will go into heat and we’ll set them up on dates with the boys. (Pixel is already in heat but it is too soon after her litter for her to get pregnant again). If things go well we’ll have our first litter of the year between April and June.
Please keep an eye on this website and our Facebook page for updates on kittens. We appreciate your interest, seriously, but if you call or e-mail asking about when we’ll have kittens we can’t tell you anything different than what is posted here. (If you have other questions, please feel free to e-mail us).
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Pixel’s kittens are growing into chubby little things! They are very curious, active, and (most importantly) have mastered the litter box. Every time we go into their room a tiny kitten stampede runs up to greet us.
Pixel is named after the cat in Robert A. Heinlien’s novel, The Cat Who Walks Through Walls. Because of that we decided to name this litter after characters in some of his other books. Here they are!
All of these kittens are reserved.
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Starry Night’s kittens made their first trip out of the house for their 8-week wellness check with the vet. All of them checked out fine, They also turned out to be surprisingly good travelers. They were very quiet in the car and they didn’t have any accidents.
When we got to the vet we took a look inside the carrier and they were so cute and chill that we had to take a picture.
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Pixel moved her kittens out of nest, so it was a good opportunity to update the pictures of her kittens! Their eyes are open and the six of them are doing well (the seventh kitten faded and passed away a few days after birth, unfortunately).
While there is nothing routine about a litter of kittens, we are able to predict certain things the mother and kittens will do. Long before Pixel moved her babies we placed fleece in corners and other places where she might decided to move her kittens. Our planning paid off and the winner was “corner underneath the vintage radio cabinet.”
The usual kitten bundle!
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Starry Night’s kittens are getting big and are very, very cute (though we may be a bit biased). Since Starry Night is named after a post-Impressionist painting, we thought that this litter could be named after post-Impressionist artists. After a little googling we had some names!
Suzanne Valadon (girl)
Pablo Picasso (boy)
Paul Gauguin (boy)
Edvard Munch (boy)
Emily Carr (girl)
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