One Girl on a mission

One Girl on a mission
85 TNR/Rescues and counting....

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Spring Kittens are here!


I went to put food out for the feral kitties in the alley before church, this morning and ran into some kittens. This litter must belong to that gray and white kitty. They look about 4 weeks old. They are hissing a little, but are too small to do anything about it. I am hoping to use them as bate to lure their momma into a trap, this afternoon. There is a church right there and can get a lot of traffic, so I have to wait till that dies down. Wish me luck. I feel very fortunate that she left them out in a place I could get them.

6 comments:

  1. Such a blended little bunch!! The one that you showed on your other blog....looks like a seal point. But then I see the other siblings and well, the one looks a little like that one...

    So very odd. They all look so very different. So SWEET. I love kitties. You could tame them in a heartbeat. Kitties are so cuddly and sweet.

    If you keep them without Mama, you will have to feed them with a bottle, several times a day and in the middle of the night a couple of times. I wish you much luck.

    Too bad you could not get Mama in a trap, put her in your garage with babies and then let her feed them, so they can get the "Human Touch", but give Mama a place to hide, when you come out there.

    I know, sounds easy. I know it won't be. I also know Mama would move them around in your garage.

    In however you do this Jenny, you have a heart of gold and I wish you much luck. They are so very sweet.

    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    ~Tonya

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  2. They are all so very cute. I agree with Tonya. It would be great if you could tame the babies and still have the Mama around. I would think you could find homes for those sweet little faces. I did not know that you could get such a mix either. Two look siamese. Maybe the Dad was. hmmmm interesting. Jennifer

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  3. How cuteeeeeee! Oh they are precious!

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  4. Sooooo sweet, ugh, they are heartbreakers (in a good way!). What an adorable mix of cuteness...i've seen some crazy mixtures before. Black cats having orange tabbies. You never can predict what will happen. I am so glad you were able to rescue these babies!
    xoxo

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  5. How precious, and I'm so thankful you got them (and were able to get mama too)!

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  6. OMG Jenny,
    Those babies are just too cute. I would love to take them all!! I am so happy that you got them along with their mama. You are doing an amazing job. Thank God they have you!!
    Lottie

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