We have two lovely little ladies available for adoption. They’re quite the personable and cuddly kittens, if we do say so ourselves.
Mar 31 2010
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Mar 08 2010
We took Pumpkin and Maybelline to the TICA cat show in Providence this past weekend. Pumpkin is going to be a big boy — he looked like the large, economy-sized Maine Coon compared to the other 5-month olds.
Maybelline, of course was her usual charming self. Too bad you can’t get points for being cuddly!
After a round with a judge, it’s time for a little reward. Yes, I’m spoon-feeding her turkey baby food. These cats aren’t spoiled at all.
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Feb 27 2010
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Feb 25 2010
There’s this special time during kittenhood when they have started eating solid food and they have the energy to jump out of the nest, follow you around the room, and clamber up onto the bed. You’ve entered the Maximum Cuteness Zone.
Here’s Got Milk’s first litter. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
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Jan 22 2010
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Jan 14 2010
Got Milk gave birth to six beautiful kittens last night. She finally stepped away from the nest for a minute and we were able to get this picture before she rushed back to protect them. Lots of black and white here… maybe we’ll name them after penguins. One thing for sure, they’re a bunch of little sqeakers! All six kittens are available for adoption.
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Jan 04 2010
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Dec 30 2009
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Dec 05 2009
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Nov 29 2009
One of Gevalia’s kittens faded and died a few days after being born. We’ve avoiding posting the news until now because, well, what do you say? It’s a normal thing and it happens but it’s still sad. Like most mother cats, Gevalia knew something was up before we did and began rejecting the kitten and not letting her feed. We tried keeping her going with forumula but it was no help.
Meanwhile, the two remaining girls are very, very cute. They’re just starting on some solid food and are almost able to climb out of the nest… which will make Gevalia absolutely crazy when they succeed!
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