Kittens! Need I Say More?


Yesterday we visited my sister-in-law. I like going there, in part because I like her and her husband, but also because she has a house full of cats that are a great opportunity for photographs. This day was even better because she is fostering three seven-week-old kittens that are almost ready for adoption.

Kittens

Felice works for a vet and has taken in many cats that others rejected. She has experience with bottle feeding infant kittens and has brought several back from the brink of death. She has also lost some, but fortunately these three survived and are now happy and playful. The kittens were found by a client at around four days old and brought to the vet. Their umbilical cords were still attached. Felice took them home and bottle fed them every two to three hours for several weeks. She has a method and I hope to get her to share the details.

I noticed that a couple of the kittens backed away slightly when I tried to pet them but then were okay with it. Felice told me that the mother’s milk has natural antibodies that keep the kittens healthy but bottle fed kittens are subject to a variety of ailments. These ailments lead to a lot of necessary but unpleasant human contact, which explains the hesitation, but now that they are well, I’m sure they will get over it soon.

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The black and white female kitten (without the mustache) is spoken for but the two males are looking for a good home. If you, or anyone you know, are near Tampa Bay Florida and would be willing to adopt one, or both, of these cute kittens, please email me at: me (at) charleshuss dot com.

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14 thoughts on “Kittens! Need I Say More?

  1. Colleen

    Well, sent my phone pic too fast, so it is of “Precious” – pic is at about 6 weeks – she is now about 14 wks – found at Tanger Outlet Mall here; 3 sibs. went to another shelter which we didn’t know right away. We will now try to catch the Momma & get her fixed.
    Hope your cousin is able to get them fixed b4 she adopts them out; people can’t be trusted to neu/spay! 😦

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    1. Charles Huss Post author

      Hi Coleen. I hope you catch the momma. Rose’s mom is trying to catch a male that has proved difficult. The kittens are, or will be fixed. Felice works for a vet.

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