Cat Troubles

So my mom found three adorable kittens at my grandma's house and just had to rescue them w/ their "mother." Turns out the adult cat isn't the mama, and is going to have a batch of her own kitties in a couple weeks. So I have to take care of the little "darlings." They whine and cry and get beat up by the other cats and I have to feed them. They were still nursing when she took them... ah, so frustrating. But they are cute Smile

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Voyeur's picture

d'awwwwwww

thellieem11's picture

Petitioner

I am so jealous of you! I would die to have kitteh-bebehs to take care of and snuggle and get up for the early feedings and toileting... such rewarding work. I did it last summer with my Ozymandias that my dad found in the barn. He was only about 2 weeks old, not old enough to be away from mama, but once we stumbled across her hiding place, she wasn't coming back.

Arath's picture

Our's are in the shed... away from the house, so Dad won't find out.

Nye's picture

Supplicant

I did the same thing a couple weeks ago. I still have 3 of 5 left.

Arath's picture

Ah, that's sad. Couldn't take care of all of them?

Nye's picture

Supplicant

I'm trying to place all of them. So far, 2 with a good possibility of 3. I don't know what I'll do with the other 2 yet

Willow's picture

Devotee

I rescued a feral kitten from my backyard on 7/24 which is coincidentally my birthday. Biggrin

Sonja's picture

I rescued a kitten too a little more than a week ago. I'm pretty sure he's the cutest thing I've ever seen.

thellieem11's picture

Petitioner

*is struck dumb from teh cutes!*

sarianna's picture

Devotee

the eyes! the uberpointy ears! so much cute! Biggrin

Arath's picture

We had to put them down. T.T

thellieem11's picture

Petitioner

So very sad... Sad

sarianna's picture

Devotee

Oh, I'm so sorry... it's not easy to care for them, and it's not easy to let them go despite the suffering. *hugs*

Arath's picture

Thanks Smile

Ladyshade's picture

I rescued a stray kitten when he was barely old enough to be away from his mother. We found him perched on one of the tires on a van near our house, just howling away. It's funny, he sounded rather like a chirping bird at the time. I had been sitting outside reading a book and was wondering what that wierd 'bird' was, for over an hour. Poor thing.

Now he's a fat and happy house cat!

Those things are even easier to get attached to from the start aren't they...

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