Back in black!
These kittens all came from a farm in Zimmerman, MN. A retired farmer was feeding stray cats and ended up being over run with cats (word spread that he had free grub). Our volunteers trapped about 50 of them, mostly kittens.
The country kittens are a litter of 6 with a tagalong (making 7 kittens). Their momma Reba is semi-feral and is in another room. I'm working on gaining her trust. She's starting to like me. The kittens are all super friendly and have been from the moment I met them. They've been upstairs for the past 6+ weeks. I got them when they were about 2 and a half weeks old. They're now 9 weeks old.
Dixie is a solid black female. She's the smallest but she's full of spunk and is quite vocal. She has been very sick (major constipation) and may possibly have mega colon, which isn't as super as it sounds.
Thelma is the next smallest. She's a tuxy female.
Georgia rounds out the females. She's one of the larger kittens. She's solid black with a teeny white patch on her chest.
Shane is a male tuxy with a white tip on his tail. He, like Dixie, has been quite sick (another suspected mega colon). You may see me giving him meds a lot.
Colten is the final tuxy. He is part jumping bean. He has a ton of energy.
Clay is the final solid black kitten.
And the tagalong is a brown tabby female named Jolene. She is going to be enormous as she has the biggest paws I've ever seen. She is obsessed with my hair.
The kittens will go up for pre-adoption in a couple of weeks or so and will be ready to go to their forever home in about 5-6 weeks.
Read more about these kittens: http://adoptthiskitten.blogspot.com/
Learn more about Feline Rescue and other cats up for adoption by visiting felinerescue.org.