Wednesday, March 26, 2008

How Long Does It Take

Little Noname Cat wonders how long it takes for it to have those babies!

10 comments:

tsduff said...

Uncle Tom and Auntie Icy will be standing by. Glad Little No Name came home.

amhsirakrian said...

O wow spring never disappoints. Always something good happening

ariel said...

I look at the photo and I picture Little Noname is on the ceiling and my neck hurts if I stare for too long. Then baby cats start falling. Terry, Karishma and Ariel are catching them with their aprons.

actonbell said...

Any guesses on how big the litter will be?

Tom & Icy said...

What an imagination Ariel has!
Cats have kittens by multiple fathers over a period of a week or more in season. That's why it is hard to pin down gestation. There's been a lot of cats around here. But Noname is just a kitten herself! Icy is excited about being an aunt. Noname goes out and Icy worries and goes out in the yard until the cat comes in with her. The way they lick each other's face, if Icy was a boy, I'd worry.

jan said...

Enjoy your freedom, little noname. Constant demands will soon be made on you.

Doug said...

Noname, it takes a lot less time if you stay in when you're in heat.

Ariel, that was hilarious. What's the matter with you?

ariel said...

Must be the air here.

Cheesemeister said...

When I was about 8 months pregnant I couldn't wait to get my offspring out of there! I am one of the last of a dying breed--I didn't know what sex he was until he was born. Now he'll be graduating high school in a little over 2 months. How the time flies. I find myself weepy thinking about it.
Good luck, Noname!

Jamie Dawn said...

Awwwwww. The waiting is hard.