My kitty (who was rescued from a kill-pound the day before she was to be euthanized while she was the equivalent of 8 and a half months pregnant
) gave birth to 6 kitties on Jan 30th. Anyone want one (or two?)
? They are mostly boys (cheaper to neuter than to spay
), and SO fluffy! They look like little gray/black/white fluff balls. There's also two mostly white with some black and brown markings on their faces, who are not so fluffy.
They're 90% weaned, so they should be ready for a new home in the next 2-3 weeks. They eat regular kitten chow, sometimes mixed with a little canned food. They're learning to be paper trained (can't fit into our large litter box so well yet). I'd definately be willing to adopt out a sibling group. We're keeping one, and my mother is taking one, but the other 4 need homes!
I wouldn't ask any of you for any money, and I'd rather give them to an MDC family, rather than take an ad out in the Pennysaver (I've heard that some people respond to those ads and use the kitties for bait to train attack dogs!). And they really are sweet little guys...very playful and affectionate. I just unfortunately cannot
have 7 cats in a one bedroom apartment, for reasons that you can imagine.
If any of you (or anyone you know) would like to have one of these lovies--or even just stop by, meet them and see what you think--PM me. (I'm also working on getting pics, so if you're interested, let me know)
*Oh, also, a family member of mine just bought her daughter a teddybear hamster, and 4 days later it gave birth to 13 (!) babies. No one even knew it was pregnant. She cannot keep them all and is giving them away, but asking for a $10 donation(to cover $ she's lost in food and pet supplies), when they usually go for up to $30 in the stores. Teddybear hamsters are very gentle in nature, make great 1st pets and most are a chocolate brown, but there are also 2 cow-spotted ones. PM me if you're interested in them.
Sorry to interrupt the chat guys, but like I said, I have nothing to do with these babies, and I'd hate to think of them not being in a safe home. Thanks a lot!