#150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155 AND #156
First Day --------------------------------------Last Day, coming soon.
We had these little squirts for quite sometime. The black kitties, Oak and Cedar came to us with unique markings. Oak has a white spot on his belly and Cedar had a very distinguishing gray/white coat, at first. Eventually though, he lost that coloring (sad) and the only way we could tell Oak and Sycamore apart was to make a little sharpie mark inside Sycamore's ear. It worked! As long as you could see his ear...
Aspen, their Mom, was returned to WHS a week or so after we picked them up. The kittens needed more group and medical attention so they stayed for a bit longer.
They came to us as tiny little kitlets, and left us as strapping young juvenile delinquents. Our job here is done.
The kittens were returned to WHS on October 18th, 2018 - and will soon be in their forever homes.
Live long and prosper!!
WEEK THREE PLUS
So, we took them back to the WHS on October 4th. I figured that was the last we would see of them. However, due to some health issues we brought them back on October 9th (Mom Cat, Baby/Aspen went to another foster home to recover!). So, we have the six kittens back, they will probably be on their way to WHS and their forever homes this week sometime (Oct 15th-19th).
Katie Lee was not pleased.
Second time through:
Strapping young juvenile delinquents.