"And what are these?" you may be wondering. Well, one of our outdoor cats, Orange, suddenly decided to become an indoor cat and was VERY pregnant. Well, Friday evening I went into the bedroom to change my clothes and I hear "meh, meh" coming from under our bed. The only thing I can think is "Oh, drat! Not under the bed!!!" (Better than ON the bed, I suppose.) Anyway, there was Orange under Dave's headboard side of the bed with two kittens. We were actually able to move her to her nesting box where she birthed three more babes. Four are orange like her and one is dark with orange splotches. Too cute.
So . . . In all sincerity, unless you have a serious cat allergy please consider accepting one of these cuties into your home. We can't keep them (obviously!), but we don't want to send them to the humane society where they will most likely be killed. (That is if the humane society will even accept them. Often they won't.) We are also always looking to move our other cats into permanent homes. This selection comes in a wide range of cat personalities and looks and all of them come spayed/neutered and up-to-date with shots. Please please, please look into your hearts and see if you don't have room for one furry addition to your household.