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Orange Kittens Graduate August 2017

A little retrospective as the kittens begin to move out this weekend:

 

 

 

 

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Orange Kittens July 30 2017

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The kittens next door are almost ready to go to their ‘furrever’ homes. They have been treated to stringed instruments, a dog visit- and social time with the adult cats of the house- all in preparation :).

 

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Kittens Are Orange: Week 7

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Yep. Mayhem and fun at 7 weeks. Check out the gallery to see how the fosters have grown!

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Kittens are Orange: Week Four

As our thoughts and prayers are with London and the UK- and all places touched by violence- we also turn to the littlest lives being lived right next door. Sadly, the most fragile kitten died shortly after being brought from another foster setting this past weekend. The remaining five are jolly and rambunctious; adored and lovingly cared for by their foster parents.

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Weekly Photo Theme: Evanescent

Kittens are definitely on my radar as my neighbors are fostering six! At the moment I can think of nothing more evanescent than a tiny kitten needing to be bottle fed one day and the next attempting to climb a cat sized skyscraper/ scratching post…

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Kittens are Orange: Week Three- and 2 More

The kittens next door are thriving! Ruby, the only girl of the litter is already spoken for and had a photo shoot with her adoptive mother today, but won’t go home with her for awhile yet:

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The most challenging event happened Friday evening when two remaining kittens of the clan of seven were dropped off next door. They are in rougher shape, but quickly coming around thanks to the tender care being given them by their foster parents. Bless them!