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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Some of my baby kitties

Well i thought i would share a few of the kittens i have and are gone now. For those of you that have been reading my blog for awhile now know that i am a foster mom for kittens. So these are a few of the latest. The early one all were adopted and now are with there forever homes and doing very well.
Also for those that read my earlier posts from my first foster care from Shelby, anyway she had gone to the cattery after being spayed, still feral and has gotten sick. No one still has been able to befriend her. So Nevada and i have decided to bring her back here were she did seem to come out of her shell, so last night they brought her back to me, and oh she looks so sad and so weak and sick. Not sure if she remembers me but she let me pet her and she loved getting the treats i used to give her. Will keep updating on her with photos.

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16 comments:

judi said...

How sweet! I'd have nightmares the babies not getting what they need if I did this. You are one special lady, and Nevada is got to be an exceptional husband!

imac said...

You sure have been busy, and doing a mighty fine job there too, what great collection of pics as well.

PERBS said...

That is so sad -- thank you for taking care of the kitty who really needs your loving. Is she sad because she doesn't have her kittens any longer or am I getting that mixed up?

The photos today, I am in love with that white one! If I could, I would adopt her but tht's only dreaming for me. I can hardly care for myslef because of my allergies this spring. sigh

Janie said...

They're all so cute. It's wonderful that you befriend so many and take care of them until they're adopted.

Kathy said...

What cuties. All 3 of my babies were orphaned. My youngest cat Oliver lost all of his siblings to crows. His mother was killed by a neighbor. We just happen upon him when hubby almost hit him with a weedeater. He's a happy indoor baby now. So how many kitties do you currently foster?

Vietnam Travel said...

your babies is so cute. I'm looking for your next photos


-billy
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Lady Di Tn said...

You have such a warm and loving heart. I think Shelby is in really good hands with you. Those babies are the cutest things. How do you tame a feral cat. We have one out here and it runs when seen. I had thought about putting food out then I thought about all the varmints we have and thought not a good idea.
If I was near I would give you a big HUG for fostering those babies. Peace

Donna said...

Such sweeties!!! Love the pictures!! Don't work too hard!hughugs

AVCr8teur said...

It must be tough to give them up after caring for them. They all look so cute. Thanks for caring for them!

Shammickite said...

I would love to have a kitty but my DIL is so allergic to cats that she would never comne to visit me and I'd never see my brand new grandson!

goaindiaholidays said...

Hiw Sweet of them

goaindiaholidays said...

what a sweet babys

Shionge said...

Just wanna pop by to say Hello and Happy 4th July pal :D

Meggie said...

You are such a good foster mom to all those kitties, Lilli! Good luck with your feral one, too. Hope she gets her strength back. Happy 4th!

Annie said...

I'm so glad they have all found good homes. Some friends just adopted a little kitten. So adorable and their children are so gentle with it.

Pyzahn said...

What a good thing this is that you do for the kitties. I used to foster dogs but it kept getting harder to let them go.

These babies are very sweet. I hope your little one bounces back to good health.