Friday, June 26, 2015

Meet the Minions

The orphaned kittens have arrived! They are almost two weeks old.

These two guys are almost twins,

but this is the squeaky wheel.

We think this may be the Boss.

This one is definitely the Princess.

 
Please excuse the quality of these first pictures. 
We have not decided on names, yet, but we will.
We always name our fosters, because they deserve it.
Right now, we are establishing a routine. It is a constant cycle 
of sleeping & bottle feeding, with the occasional "poop-fest".
Bless their hearts.

31 comments:

  1. No, bless your heart! It is all-encompassing.

    Thank you.

    Are they foster kitties?

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    1. Yes, they are fosters. They will be with us for 8-10 weeks.
      Thanks, Gail.

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  2. OMC, look at them, so tiny! Yes, bless you (and all fosters) for the care and love you give to them. What precious little ones. Lots of Light and purrs that they all survive and thrive, then find wonderful forever homes in the fullness of time. :-)

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  3. Bless your heart Annie for fostering those little kittens You will be so busy with those little guys. Good luck.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  4. ewe wee kittehz iz price lezz !!!! ♥♥♥♥♥ we noe maggie, & chloe jo & grizelda will help ewe get sum way kewl names....due knot ask stella tho....sure herz a way awesum pup & all.... but her will prob ablee say ya knead names like biscuit & milk bone !!

    heerz two a bigmouth buffalo { yep itza fish } !! kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

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    1. You are probably right about the names. ❤

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  5. Oh goodness and bless you for caring for them all. What a wonderful litter of love! Enjoy them.

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  6. Bless your hearts! Bottle feeding four kittens, even if you only need to do it for two weeks, takes great patience and perseverance. But they grow up so fast. Thank you for fostering!

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    1. It is a lot to do, but they are so worth it.

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  7. That is one big bunch of kitten cute!

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  8. oh I see a little gray Cody!! They are precious!

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    1. Actually, she's a girl! She seems to have some colour, too. ❤

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  9. They are beautiful...they will all find good homes?

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    1. Patty, we can only hope and pray. I am working with an adoption program.

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  10. Bless them and you! It's so difficult to get pictures of them, i know. Hope they all make it!

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  11. awwwww, cuteness overload!!! I would so take one of those black ones if I lived closer! can't wait to watch them grow over the next couple of weeks.

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  12. Oh Annie, they are absolutely precious. You are so generous to take on these babies to raise and socialize. Cannot wait to find out their names and watch them grow. Sending bunches of love and kisses to you and the sweet babies. Hugs, Janet

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  13. Oh my gosh they are just the sweetest little bundles of love. Thank you so much for being a loving person that cares about animals.

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  14. How sweet they are. What a good foster mama they have been delivered to. I think the hardest part will be when you give them to their forever peeps. Thank you for your caring heart.

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  15. Aww McGuffy thanks for helping these teenies!

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  16. Oh my my...you'll have your hands full with these guys!

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  17. Good Karma, Annie!
    Have a Wonderful Week!
    Peace :)

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  18. Oh my goodness, they are so cute! And so small!

    Thank you, McGuffy Ann, for taking care of these babies. This is just wonderful!

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