Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Clearer Photos of The New Borns

I received these photos in my email today. It was taken by a nice lady that went to visit them on Saturday morning and gave them some food. These photos were taken before the mommy cat moved the kittens behind the boxes.


You can clearly see the mummy cat here, a beautiful Calico. There are 5 kittens.


2 blacks, 2 white+tan and 1 white+black


Wait! There is a black kitten with white nose! Might be a tuxedo cat!


I am gonna pay them a visit again soon. Another good friend of ours also bought a pack of kitten food for the mommy. She will be well fed and let's hope she wont move the kittens away.


13 comments:

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Big Piney Woods Cats said...

Oh, what a lovely family! They are upside down though. Momma had to save them and then flip them over in Paint Shop Pro. We have nefur heard of a fear of fur before.

We hope they all find homes.

Patches

michico 小芥 said...

Wowwww.... look at them, they look fine~!!!
You and your friend have done good job, and momma is doing so good work~!!!

FelineFrisky said...

How precious & special! Truly a gift.

They are sooo adorable! I do hope they grow up well, loved and all find homes.

D :)

sen chia said...

Good good, well fed mum have healthy kitten! Pretty Calico!! Take more pictures of the mummy, pls pls pls!

Daisy said...

Oh, the mommie cat is a very beautiful calico!

DK & The Fluffies said...

Hi Cuties!

Lux said...

So so cute!

Henry Helton said...

My Lady has officially fell in love. Those are the cutest things in the whole world!

catsynth said...

They all look beautiful and healthy (mother and kittens).

Rascal said...

Very cute! Hard to believe we were all that little at one time in our lives.

katztales said...

Aaaahhh! Gravity failure in the Klang Valley!

Pelud said...

Mommy cat is lucky to have people contribute food. She has so many kittens to suckle. Let us hope the house owner gets over his fear of fur. Is there a word for such a phobia?