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.


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!!


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

GailinVirginia said...

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


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!

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.


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~

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