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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Rydian, Sep 18, 2012.
Those are the two she's birthed so far, don't know how many she'll have total.
Wow! Your cat reminds me of my cat. Except my cat can't have kittens anymore!
naw i love kittens
there little mewing they do
Four kittens now.
At least we know the dad's one of the black cats hanging around here.
aaaaaaw hehe the little ginger one
Your tabby is quite adorable.
Thanks, she's a stray we let in and started feeding.
So my call of "black" was too soon, two of the three black ones are tabbies.
She still has some lumps in her stomach so I'm not sure if she's done or not, seems like she's taking a break now.
A YELLOW CAT!!
Will you be rehoming them or keep them?
Awww, lookit the little things
Re-homing most, we might keep one (we usually do).
IIRC, a litter of kittens may have more than one father.
good luck with looking after them, as soon as they open their eyes they will be jumping all over the place LOL
I hate kittens.
My cat has already had 5 generations of kittens, and it has become a chore for me now.
Thankfully I finally castrated Chuck Norris and tied Zelda's tubes so no more kittens for them. But now I have to sterilize my other cats, and that means lots and lots of $$$$$.
Here's the four, not sure if she's got more in there or if she's just fatter than she used to be from eating so much...
Nice patterns. She's a tortie-tabby and it looks like she's had standard tabby kittens, but it's a little too early to tell how their colors will be since they're so small.
They're the cat's meow, litter-ally!
Anyway, this might be a worthy investment...
Gahars with another high quality pun.
hehe there abit cleaner now i see
hehe shes got the smug look
"bet you wish was this painless for your species"
Keep the yellow one!
That's the immediate consensus around here. XD Everybody sees the orange tabby and goes crazy for it... especially when they hear it was the first one out and is the most active.
Thankfully the others (now that their markings are more visible) appear to all be grey/mackerel tabbies, which get prettier as they grow, so it shouldn't be hard to find homes here since I don't live in the middle of nowhere anymore. Hell, some of them have white socks as well, which is often found cute.
No calico or torties, which we were hoping for since the mom has some tortie in her.
EDIT: A day or two later, and I got this pic during one of the rare moments all of them were asleep at once.