Tag: Kittens

In which we get to show a little nipple

The nipple doesn’t lie! Darling Nikki and Buster had a romantic interlude a couple of weeks ago and her nipples are a lovely pink, which means she is pregnant. She’s also showing other signs (she’s extra-lovey, she’s starting lay down with her belly off to the side) so we’er ready to start taking kitten applications …

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Might as well face it, he’s addicted to laps

Update: Buddy Holly has been reserved! Buddy Holly is available! The person who reserved Buddy Holly asked if they could wait for a kitten from a litter next year because of new medical issues with their current pet. It just wasn’t the right time to take on a new fur baby. While we have absolutely …

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Come and knock on our door…

Update: Chrissy decided that he’s a boy! We’re very supportive of his gender choice, whatever it may be. Okay, we might have mis-identified his gender a few weeks ago, but in our defense his testicles haven’t descended yet so it’s easy to get it wrong! Lola’s kittens are getting bigger every day! One week they …

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They're big!

Meanwhile in the room just off the bedroom (which we call the Kitten Room) Lola’s kids are getting big and chunky. Lola is eating a lot and it looks like it’s all going directly into the kittens! At only a week old all they do is nurse, sleep, and grow, but boy are they growing!

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First delivery

Update 1/20/19: Well, we finally  got the results back from the New Hampshire Lab  (they were really backed up over the holidays).  The kittens died from sepsis resulting from an infection. The lab’s theory is that Tribble’s uterus opened early, allowing something in and they were infected in the womb. The good news is that …

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Early morning delivery

Lola gave birth to three beautiful kittens starting around 3:00AM this morning.  This was Lola’s first litter and it went very smoothly. As with many of our mothers she is very protective so we’re taking care not to disturb her too much lest she decide to move the litter out of the nest and under …

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Available girls and why you want them

Update: Collette and Harriett have been reserved! (I’m looking at the title of this post and realize that it sounds like an add for a bad dating website). Collette and Harriett are fourteen weeks old as of this writing and available now! If you are interested in adopting please fill out a placement application. People seem …

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Meanwhile, in the next uterus…

In a few weeks Tribble and Diggy will give birth two five or six kittens! Well, Diggy won’t do anything except pace around in the next room. I’m kidding. He’s oblivious. Five of these kittens are reserved. If you are interested in a kitten please fill out a placement application.

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We’re far too late in publicly announcing the latest addition to our home: Maximus! Max is four months old and comes to us from Elegant Lynx Maine Coons in Connecticut. Someday he will be a proud father, but right now he is just happy to play and hit the cat show circuit.

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Three Plus Number Two

Lola will be giving birth to at least three kittens in early November. We were expecting more because she is so huge… but these kittens look huge, too. There could be a couple of kittens hidden behind the poop (and silly us for forgetting to keep her away from food before the x-ray). Two of …

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