OK, I have to admit. They're cute.
At first I thought I know which leg belongs to whom but I was wrong!They are cute indeed.
I wish I could take them all!Of course as the poem says, the problem with a kitten is that it usually becomes a cat.
You must have posed them like that.
Can't pose pets, especially active kittens. Just got a digital camera and take 30 or 40 pictures which most are just blurs. Lot of patience needed.
The Missus wants all of them.
We just hope someone around here will take them. I sort of like the Tortoise Shell one that is black and yellow if it is sterile like Cheesemeister says. But if it has kittens, I'll be heading for Colorado to open a can of whoop-ass on her.
They look like they're protecting Little Tortoise Shell. Awww, so cute.
Torties are only sterile if they are MALE--unless they happen to be a chimera. Which means they have two sets of DNA, one for the coloring and one for the gender. But if its female, which most of them are, it's perfectly capable of having kittens and you'll have to get it spaded, as I always said as a child. I pictured the vet removing the unwanted organs with a little shovel. I've always had a bit of a strange imagination.
Oh, I love them, love them, LOVE them!!!!!I can hear them mewing.They have sharp claws at this age. Courtney still has a thin scar from one of her kitties that scratched her when she was little.
I almost forgot to mention, the best way to find homes for them when the time comes is to find out if there is a no-kill shelter in your area that can screen the potential adopters. We have the Cat Care Society here. There may be something similar where you live. They also usually spay and neuter at reduced prices so you could get Noname spayed. Isis is spayed. One psycho pyromaniac cat is enough!
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