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2 weeks old nearly......time flies

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by loz83, Apr 26, 2011.


  1. loz83

    loz83 PetForums Member

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    got a couple more pics, they're moving round loads now, a couple of them are even having a good look outside the bed and deciding if they want to leave it or not lol, as you can see from the picture :D
     

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    They are so precious!!!!!!! :001_wub:
     
  3. loz83

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    oops! forgot one :D
     

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    Aww adorable! Don't they get the shnishoos with the washing powder there though? I know I would :D
     
  5. loz83

    loz83 PetForums Member

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    lol, no, mum likes it there cos it covers them some more, and stops sun going in in the morning, not one of them has sneezed :D

    I normally right under the table but with all the cats stuff under there at the mo, cant fit it anymore, and its one of those massive boxes, so it dunt fit in a cupboard or owt :D
     
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    Beautiful. Let me take a picture of ours... Ours look nothing like yours.

    Yours look like cats, beautiful cheeky kittens yet ours still look newborn!
     
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    aww their lovely :)
     
  8. loz83

    loz83 PetForums Member

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    oooo yeah nicole do, there's only a day in them so id love to c them and how different they are, have u any way to tell them apart yet or is it still the collars ur using :D
     
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    We were using the collars until mum bit them all off :)

    We can definately tell who Mr Fatty is, but they still all look the same lol
     
  10. Gratch

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    You should be able to tell them apart by personality soon :D We have a sweetie pie, a trouble, a lazy and a bouncy
     
  11. loz83

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    I have a fatty, a teeny, a morngy, a chunky, and caesar :D
     
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    We have a Mr Fatty
    A Mr Sleepy
    Another Mr Sleepy
    A Mr Cord (still has a tiny scab)
    and another Mr Sleepy
     
  13. Gratch

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    You would think my kittens were training to be ninjas :) You have alot of fun (and trouble) coming up :D It's brilliant seeing them leap through the air and boing off things when chasing eachother. They like to swarm Kerry when he comes in the room aswell, poor bugger! Gratch is just brilliant, lets them jump on her head and doesn't bat an eyelid
     
  14. loz83

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    well, I go on hols on sat (my sister's kitten sitting before anyone wets their pants about who's looking after them :lol:) so she wanted to do some revision (nice and quiet in my house she thought hehe) so she's going to have loadsa fun next week :D

    running round after 5 kittens (and she'll have to remember to shut doors too or she'll be playing find the kitten :D)
     
  15. Gratch

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    Ugh don't get me started on find the kitten! Took 4 hours overtime last monday since it's OH's day off so he could look after them. He came to get me at 10pm and looked really guilty. He told me he'd lost Bumble and I laughed because I didn't think he was serious so there was about 5 minutes of "Haha, you're joking though." "No.." "Seriously?" "Seriously." "Seriously??" "Yes." "OH MY GOD I WENT AWAY FOR 4 HOURS, I'M GOING TO DESTROY YOU." Luckily Bumble was easily found sleeping behind the bag of cat litter in the hall so no harm I guess!
     
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    they r lovely.x
     
  17. loz83

    loz83 PetForums Member

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    pmsl :lol:

    destroy you :eek: ur poor OH!!!! I can quite see you actually saying that too :lol:
     
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    Aw bless they are gorgeous and mum is looking good too :D

    I'm all broody as my guinea pig finally had her babies last night - 3 gorgeous healthy little ones to swoon over for 6 weeks til they go to their new homes :001_wub:

    Oh I do love springtime - the miracle of birth then the fascinating time of watching them all grow into their own little personalities! Its mother nature as its best :D
     
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    aww lovely pictures, they look like they are coming along very nicely lol, :)
     
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