Thursday, March 17, 2011

We have kittens!

Born late Sunday or early Monday. Boy was I shocked! Sadly there was a fourth who didn't make it.

This was what I discovered when I opened the cat house on Monday morning! Had I know they were coming, I would've cleaned and put down a new towel. Poor kitties, born in filth.



Meet Pumpkin Pie (orange and white, on top), Nilla (middle), and Sugar (being used as a pillow, bottom). They were in this little box with a t-shirt while I cleaned their house. Cleaned, new hay, new towel. Happy sleepy kitties.


11 comments:

My Primitive Creations by Tonya said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwww......they are so sweet...
I love baby kitty's and big baby kitty's and well shoot I lust love kitty's...
Have fun lovin on them!!

Hugs
Tonya

PS...and you are still one of my 5...Smile

GailinVirginia said...

They are just so sweet...so trusting and vulnerable...you're a good furbaby g'mommy...I know you will take good loving care of the new little family. How is Mama doing?

~Gail

Karen~The Barely There Primitive Bear said...

Oh, what little cuties!

Bear Hugs~Karen

Traci said...

Aww...look at those little sweeties! So cute...Blessings, Traci

Carmen at Primcats said...

Now look how cute they are. :) My heart melts for kittens. ♥ Any luck finding a vet to do the ol snip snip on all the adults?

Carmen and the Primcats

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

gotta love puppies and kittens.....especially orange ones!
★Linda★

Julia said...

Michelle, they are so cute. Kitten are so lovable. Have fun watching them grow. JB

Kim said...

They are so sweet. I love their names. They will be an entertaining handful soon.

Roundabout Primitives said...

Those kittens are so precious! There's just something so sweet about newborn kittens. I love the names you chose for them! I was sorry to hear the 4th one didn't survive.

Blessings,
Andrea

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Congrats on the kitties!
So sweet~ oh, you named one pumpkin pie~ hope Mamma cat is doing well~ keep posting pics of them growing~
smiles
Teresa

Julia said...

Thanks Michelle for leaving a comment and explanation about honey bees. Very interesting.

The beekeeper was winding down his operation and is no longer keeping bees for honey. My husband bought a case of honey from him every year. This man makes wine for sale in huge quantities and sells it to the Liquor Commission and also has a profitable framing business to keep him busy.

Good luck with your beekeeping adventure. By the way, how are the kittens doing. They are so adorable. JB