Monday morning was great for the early part of the morning. Our three kittens in the living room end cage were eating well on their own. The newest three kittens in the small cage over the green cage had just caught on to lapping and did not need as much bottle time as the two prior days. Shannon has been coming in early and feeding the office kitties, and the two cages out there both were making good strides in learning lapping and not having to be supplemented with bottles.
New 10 week old female kitty tabby was put in the Old Procedures Room for an hour this morning to stretch her legs. She briefly hissed at the two other older kitties but seemed to enjoy the freedom from her cage.
Then at 10:30 am four kittens came in from what the rescuers deemed an abandoned house. They were only three weeks old, and would need to be taught to lap, and followed up with a bottle. Each was carefully weighed, and a collar placed on their tiny necks.
Was just finishing up about 11:15 and the same lady drove up with four more. I snarled at her, and she admitted the house was being torn down. I took the four kittens without using any profane language and Jenny helped me get them situated.
Now a well-meaning young man has just put a mother cat and her kittens in a box, and we have to find a place for her. A lovely
silver tabby and her four two week old babies.
Granny Grumpy Kat, home to 86 cats and kittens as of this second. Sigh