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lupo pazzesco
04-11-2012, 07:31 PM
I ran this by Rapscallion to make sure it was ok to post this, but xx_wolfie_xx and I are kind of in a bind and looking for some help.

So, I adopted a stray kitten about 5 months ago - or she adopted me - and we've got her socialized and everything, but she still misses the outdoors. On March 14th, there were some stupid roofers here, and they were let into the apartment (without giving us clear notice so we could keep our pets locked up properly, mind you...). The doors were left open and my cat got out. We found her and got her back, but in recent weeks we've discovered an issue.

See, we're reasonably certain (within 90-100% certain) My cat got pregnant. Since the 14th was the ONLY time she'd been out and roaming. She's gotten lose once or twice since, but we had her back in the house within 2 minutes, so she never was really out of sight. Again we're not 100% sure she's pregnant, and we can't afford a vet visit to clarify, since even the city "discounted" pricing is out of our range. As it is, we quarantined her for a while, to make sure she wasn't carrying anything, doused her, etc before granting her free rein in the house. We've been saving up to take her to get her shots and get her fixed, but we wanted to wait until after her first heat. She's pretty young, only just under a year, I think, so imagine my surprise when she'd been showing NO signs of heat and well...now this!

Anyways, the long and short of it is, in just about a month, we're probably going to be looking at a litter of kittens and we cannot afford to raise or keep them. It will be Pumpkin's first litter, so i'm already concerned she won't know what to do, and either she or the kittens will end up hurt or dead. Also, we're worried she's going to have them in some weird place we can't get to, the other cat (Stormy) will throw a fit and start swatting random cats all around the apartment and yea, not a good prospect. Further, a few weeks after she's due to give birth, we're going on a long weekend trip about 800-900 miles away. Which means we're probably going to have to drag the kittens and mama with us on 12 hour car rides each way, because we don't have a reliable sitter. Usually, we leave the cats with a gravity feeder full of food and water, and they're set. not so much with newborns.

My questions and pleadings for help are thus: Is there ANYONE in the San Antonio area who might be able to catsit/help with new kittens once weaned? And anyone who'd be willing to adopt a kitten or knows people who are looking? We won't be able to afford to get them their shots, sadly, and we're looking to adopt them out as soon as they're weaned and ready, (probably between 4-6 weeks, I think). We just don't have the time or capability to do it. We both work all day, and two cats we do have stretch the limits as it is.

So, that said, I also am rather pissed. We did right. We kept her as strictly inside. The roofing company told us they'd be here two days before they actually showed up. We locked her up, and they never showed. They said they'd be there the day after, we locked her up. They never showed. NO word on the 14th, and we let her be. Then they show up. I'm so MAD. And worried. And clueless.

HELP!!

Squeaksmyalias
04-11-2012, 08:21 PM
What I would do is call local humane societies, cat breeders and cat rescues. I'm NOT saying get rid of her, what I'm suggesting is use their resources, because it's possible that they will know of someone who would foster her during the time she is going to have them and wean them, then place them for you. I had a friend who was a breeder who did that for a local shelter. They can also talk to you about how to care for her and if necessary how to handle the birth, or be willing to be on hand for the birth and other suggestions. I would also let them know that you'd work in exchange for a check up if you can, it might not be possible but always worth a shot. Start making calls ASAP.

MystyGlyttyr
04-11-2012, 08:53 PM
Damn, I wish I was close by...I've hand-raised dozens of kittens and I'd love to help, but I'm more to the northeast section of Texas.

That said, second Squeak. Your area shelters will have better ideas on places/things you can use or apply for that could help out, or hook you up with people who can, or something like that. Short of that, there's always Craigslist as a last resort...I've met a couple of good pet-sitters through there.

Andara Bledin
04-11-2012, 08:59 PM
I second the recommendation of checking your local humane society. I know that ours has a discounted service for shots and spay/neuter services to help avoid problems like yours. And by discounted, I mean about 1/4 of the price of any of the local vets.

^-.-^

Treasure
04-11-2012, 08:59 PM
~grumble, razzafrazza, grr yargity blargle!~

I would take a kitten off your hands if I could, but my complex is strictly NO AMINALS (not even fish)

*sigh, pout, sigh*

BlaqueKatt
04-11-2012, 10:52 PM
We've been saving up to take her to get her shots and get her fixed, but we wanted to wait until after her first heat. She's pretty young, only just under a year, I think, so imagine my surprise when she'd been showing NO signs of heat and well...now this! <snip>. It will be Pumpkin's first litter, so i'm already concerned she won't know what to do, and either she or the kittens will end up hurt or dead.

two words:
Emergency spay.

vets can and will do it especially with a very young cat who may likely die during delivery, It may seem cruel, however if pumpkin dies, so do the kittens, and if you can't find homes and take them to the shelter, they die, or other cats that would've been adopted die to make room for them. It's not pretty, but for the health of pumpkin it should be considered.

Were it my cat, I would do the emergency spay without a second thought, the health of the cat already here is my first priority.

csquared
04-11-2012, 11:16 PM
I would strongly recommend taking Pumpkin to the vet. Then you can make an educated decision on what to do about the pregnancy.

Some other things that I would suggest you do.
Place a sign on your door warning of the cats and their potential to escape.
Do some reading here (http://www.txtenants.org/) and here (www.oag.state.tx.us/ag_publications/pdfs/tenant_rights.pdf). You might try your google-fu on "renter's rights texas".
After doing some reading, consider sending a letter to the apartment management and the roofing company inquiring about how they reimburse you for the "damage to personal property" that they caused.

Chromatix
04-12-2012, 01:51 AM
Additionally, I've heard that spaying *before* first heat is actually easier and potentially cheaper than during or after it. Presumably there's an optimum age that a good vet would tell you about for free.

Pharm Girl
04-12-2012, 02:33 AM
I remembered my sister getting help to spay some strays she adopted when she could not afford it. I found this link:
http://www.animaldefenseleague.org/
They are in your area as far as I can tell and do spay and neuter services as well as shots for very reasonable prices and they have no kill shelters (the kittens) as well as fostering. Now I do not know if they will pet sit through the fostering program but it is worth inquiring. I hope this helps.

FuzzyKitten99
04-12-2012, 02:37 AM
First of all, what makes you suspect her being pregnant?

Second...Let's say she is, and since you are currently planning to go out of town during which time she might deliver... can you separate the two cats with their own litter boxes and gravity feeders, adding a birthing box (simple cardboard box with a towel) during that time?

If she goes into labor while you are gone, she will have all she needs to care for them. Provided she didn't have any complications.

If you were not going out of town, and she had complications while in labor, if you can't afford a clinic vet visit now, it isn't likely you could afford an emergency vet visit with potential c-section surgery. However many e-vets do try to help you out with allowing payments, etc.

Maybe just carry on with life and let nature take its' course, whether or not you're there?

My female Siamese just had her first litter 5 weeks ago. While my husband was home at the time, we are usually gone 12-18 hours a day. She could have gone into labor while we were not home and there would have been nothing we could do if she did have issues then.

Just know this: It is not likely she will have complications as most deliveries are uneventful. Really the only thing you need to worry about is her knowing what to do to care for them herself.

Draper Mel
04-12-2012, 02:40 AM
Here's a list of low cost spay/neuter clinics in your area. Most clinics like this also have wellness clinics that will give shots. You'd have to contact them to see if they'd do an emergency spay. They may also be able to give you prenatal and birthing advice and/or care.

There was a clinic like this near me in Indianapolis. One of my cats was spayed there (teen pregnancy like yours) and I had shots and microchipping done there.

Good luck!

http://www.cap4pets.org/pet-care/pet-health/low-cost-spay-neuter

morgana
04-12-2012, 05:07 PM
I wish I could help, Lupo. All I can do is wish you and Pumpkin luck.

dendawg
04-12-2012, 06:49 PM
According to the link below, the San Antonio Humane Society is a no-kill shelter. :)

http://www.sahumane.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=101&Itemid=123

BlaqueKatt
04-12-2012, 11:57 PM
According to the link below, the San Antonio Humane Society is a no-kill shelter. :)

http://www.sahumane.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=101&Itemid=123

and their spaying is $40.

lupo pazzesco
04-13-2012, 11:56 AM
Thanks everyone for the help. I've been doing some legwork and making a lot of calls, since starting this thread, and talking it out with xx_wolfie_xx.

First of all, we found a low cost vet clinic that's literally a 5 min drive away, and called for an appointment . I'm taking Pumpkin in on Monday for a basic physical exam, which costs $36. We can swing that right now. The vet will be able to tell me if she's able to carry the kittens without problems. That's part 1.

Then I contacted the Animal Defense League, as suggested. I spoke with the woman in charge of the fostering program at length. When I told her that I didn't want to terminate unless absolutely necessary, she agreed and we discussed options. We're considering two main options right now.

1. Surrender the kittens once they're born, then turn around and foster them. This way, they "belong" to the ADL. All expenses are their responsibility. Then, once they're of adoptable age, the ADL takes them back and everyone is safe an happy. Except I'm still on the hook for getting Pumpkin her shots and getting spayed. The original vet I called, spaying costs over $100, and if needed, the emergency spay was several hundred. Eep. (If an emergency spay is needed, the ADL will do it for $40). Well, enter option 2.

2. Surrender Pumpkin with the kittens. Once they're weaned, take her back, where they will make her "adoptable". She'll be spayed, shots will be administered and updated, etc, and then I can adopt her again for a $40 fee. Essentially, a few weeks before I "return" Pumpkin, I let the Foster rep know I want to adopt her, go in, sign the papers, pay the $40, and they do the surgery, shots, etc.

We're still discussing what to do and I welcome opinions. We've got a few weeks to come to a final decision, and let the ADL rep know, so she can have all the paperwork ready. Thoughts?

PawnPrincess Ardra
04-13-2012, 06:14 PM
the only thing that would bother me is surrendering Pumpkin while she's pregnant. Being in a shelter might cause her some stress that option 1 wouldn't cause. Just my 2 cents' worth.

Andara Bledin
04-13-2012, 08:09 PM
I'm of the same mind. It would likely be healthier for her and the kittens were she to birth them at her home and not get stressed with being moved to a strange place with strange people.

I can't remember a case of any of the cats I've had that have given birth ever having any complications, but I haven't had any do so recently.

^-.-^

pitmonkey
04-13-2012, 10:43 PM
As far as the shots go, can you do them your self? Here you can go to the local farm store and get all but the rabies and give them at home. The only one you would need to test before hand is the feline leukemia.

blas
04-13-2012, 11:24 PM
I did some research online, supposedly a female cat is ready for her first heat and able to have kittens by 6 months. And, here's the best part: unlike female humans, female cats can conceive for the rest of their lives.

We're fairly certain that Baby the cat got pregnant when she lived outside at our old house. She got really fat and disappeared for a few days before we moved, then came back the day we were going to move thinner. But, who really knows what the deal was :(

You do have to remember that animals rely on their instincts much more than humans. They truly can take care of themselves and know what to do better than we think they do. A cat can have her first litter of kittens and know exactly what to do, unlike a female human who is probably worried like heck and unsure of how to hold a baby or afraid she'll drop it.

wagegoth
04-13-2012, 11:27 PM
two words:
Emergency spay.

vets can and will do it especially with a very young cat who may likely die during delivery, It may seem cruel, however if pumpkin dies, so do the kittens, and if you can't find homes and take them to the shelter, they die, or other cats that would've been adopted die to make room for them. It's not pretty, but for the health of pumpkin it should be considered.

Were it my cat, I would do the emergency spay without a second thought, the health of the cat already here is my first priority.

We did that with a cat that claimed us. She was pregnant at six months when she claimed us, so the vet suggested it. I think it was the best choice all around.

lupo pazzesco
04-13-2012, 11:51 PM
Oops, need to clarify.

Surrendering Pumpkin would entail the same thing as the kittens. I'd "give them up" to ADL, then turn around and take them home and be their foster parent, but once they were weaned, I'd take them back to be adopted out by the ADL. If I surrendered Pumpkin, she'd come right back home with me, so as not to separate her from her kittens. They'd still be able to nurse, and any extra supplies for her, such as food and whatnot, would come from the ADL. A few weeks before it was time to return her after the kittens are ready to be adopted, I would just need to call the Foster rep (Let's call her Jean), and tell her I want to adopt Pumpkin.

Jean would get all the paperwork together, so when we returned Pumpkin, we'd sign the papers, pay the $40 adoption fee, and they would in turn spay, her get her her shots, and we could pick her up the same day as her surgery, or just after. So really, I'd just lose my cat for a day or 2 throughout the whole process, and she'd still be mine, after all was said and done.

I do appreciate the advice about emergency spaying, but xx_wolfie_xx and I both agree we don't want to take that route unless it's absolutely necessary, and Pumpkin can't handle giving birth. We'll know more about HER health and whatnot on Monday, after the vet looks at her and go from there.

We're still in the discussion stages, but from everything we've read, the average gestation of cats is 65-70 days, and today marks day 30. So we have a couple weeks to hammer it all out, and get more info from Jean. Still not 100% sure what to do.

lupo pazzesco
04-14-2012, 01:01 PM
Um...

She's giving birth. Right now. Has been in labor for the last hour. One kitten so far.

I don't know what to do, now the decision has been COMPLETELY rushed and I'm freaking out. Yes, yes, I know, it's stupid to be freaking out, but I am. I think the second one is on the way. The kitten is so little So, so, tiny. And Pumpkin keeps wandering off.

We don't have a birthing box to keep them in, the floor tiles are freezing, and in 20 minutes, I have to leave and go to work.

Eeep.... wtf do we DO!?!

BookstoreEscapee
04-14-2012, 01:22 PM
:eek:

Situation sucks but, but...KITTENS!!!!!

Having never had kittens, I have no advice for you :(

Do you have any cardboard boxes and old towels or sheets (or even old shirts you don't want)?

xx_wolfie_xx
04-14-2012, 02:37 PM
So, Lupo is at work, when I took her in there was mamacat and one kitten, when i walked in the door there were four kittens, mamacat is laying down and letting them nurse so it seems to me that things are out of our hands for the time being...that's right lupo get used to it there's nothing you can do for now...breath...in...out...in...out

Aethian
04-14-2012, 02:41 PM
Ummmm yay for kitties?

And I almost hate to suggest this but the priority boxes at the post office are free... If you still need a box.

blas
04-14-2012, 02:52 PM
Wish I could help with the boxes! I have an entire spare bedroom of smaller boxes from the last time I moved and am saving for a month from now when I move again, but I could surely spare you guys one.

BookstoreEscapee
04-14-2012, 03:09 PM
OMG KITTIES I WANT THE ORANGE ONE!!!!!

lupo pazzesco
04-14-2012, 03:38 PM
OMG KITTIES I WANT THE ORANGE ONE!!!!!

...

They're ALL orange, just in varying patterns...

AND we're up to 5. FIVE KITTENS!!

I'm going to die from the cute when I get home, I just know it.

customersruinmylife
04-14-2012, 04:02 PM
I want pics!!!! Haha

lupo pazzesco
04-14-2012, 04:30 PM
well, all right. This is the first pic. Realize, I've not even seen them all in person, so you should feel special. :p

More to come once I've had a chance to look them over.

http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f375/IntempestaNox/IMG_20120414_105328.jpg

PawnPrincess Ardra
04-14-2012, 04:35 PM
Mama cat looks soooo content :-) Congrats guys, even if this was unexpected, they look damn healthy!

BookstoreEscapee
04-14-2012, 04:37 PM
...

They're ALL orange, just in varying patterns...

well that wasn't as obvious in the first pic you sent me.

so there :p

Kanalah
04-14-2012, 04:43 PM
Awwww.

My son says "happy birthday baby kitties!"

blas
04-14-2012, 04:51 PM
OOOOOOOOOooooOOooooo I'm in love!!!

Congrats, Gramma Lupo and Grampa Wolfie!

lupo pazzesco
04-14-2012, 10:40 PM
MORE PICTURES!!

First Kitten (http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/523863_267228736704596_100002524145055_542801_1009 241827_n.jpg) This one was born around 7:30 am CST.

xx_wolfie_xx took me to work, and returned home in less than an hour, and hey, look!! Now there are 4 (http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/535522_267228770037926_100002524145055_542802_1913 377064_n.jpg)

Cleaned up and nursing (http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/522170_267228803371256_100002524145055_542803_8509 78025_n.jpg)

Little while later, xx_wolfie_xx goes to check on mama and babies, and HEY!! Ninja kitten Now there are FIVE!! (http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/522047_267228843371252_100002524145055_542804_1748 480960_n.jpg)

Tired mama and kittens resting (http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/389735_267228883371248_100002524145055_542805_5206 90515_n.jpg)


Pumpkin got up and wandered around, and when I came home she came looking for me for snuggles and comfort, so a pic was taken of Kittens by themselves (http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/535456_267228976704572_100002524145055_542808_1040 83814_n.jpg) Lookit the noses!!!


PUmpkin getting scritchens (http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/534075_267229010037902_100002524145055_542809_1399 864625_n.jpg)


Pumpkin asking why I stopped petting her... (http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/545653_267229030037900_100002524145055_542810_1192 552233_n.jpg)


I pet her until she fell asleep, so as of now, mama and babies are all Resting (http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/531164_267229066704563_100002524145055_542811_1901 479963_n.jpg)

Victory Sabre
04-14-2012, 10:49 PM
I'm not a cat person, but, damn,CUTE!

Seraph
04-14-2012, 10:59 PM
/skreeeeeeees

SO FREAKING ADORABLE OMGGGGGG

fireheart
04-14-2012, 11:38 PM
They are so damn cute.

MoonCat
04-15-2012, 12:17 AM
Beautiful! Congrats Auntie Lupo!

dalesys
04-15-2012, 01:17 AM
Well, I've got names for three of them:
Bill
Garfield
Fat Freddy's Scat
:D
(I can't remember if RK the Makahomian Temple cat is orange...)

Der Cute
04-15-2012, 01:56 AM
Pumpkin kitty needs wub. Lots and lots and lots of love.
Years ago I helped Bitty give birth :) All I did was give her some shirts/clothing that smelled like me (I did have to help clean the babies up right at birth) and a cardboard box like you did.
I DID give her food with more fat in it, but that was a pure assumption on my part. Ask a vet. And lots and lots of scritches from me. A tshirt from me too, that I'd worn for a day or two.

Hehe; after the kitties were a few weeks old, I let Bitty out of the room I had kept her in. Left the kitties in there, to give Bitty a break. She was SO THANKFUL! Gave her some time alone, with me, and just...away from the kitties. When I let her back in to the room with kitties, she went straight there and fed them again.

Pharm Girl
04-15-2012, 02:18 AM
Awww! Congrats Lupo and Wolfie! Oh and Pumpkin too of course. What an adorable family.

Draper Mel
04-15-2012, 02:55 AM
Oh my gosh! You thought she was only halfway along didn't you? Looks like she's handling it like a champ so far. :highfive:

So cute!! Welcome kittens! :welcome:

blas
04-15-2012, 05:07 PM
See Lupo? I told ya she'd know exactly what to do :)

What a little bunch of cutie patooties.

This is really, really bad, but now I'm kind of hoping my outdoor cat is pregnant now. I know, bad bad thought. But now I wants to be kitty gramma too.

fireheart
04-16-2012, 12:57 AM
Well, I've got names for three of them:
Bill
Garfield
Fat Freddy's Scat
:D
(I can't remember if RK the Makahomian Temple cat is orange...)

Nermal
Arlene
Odie :p

lupo pazzesco
04-16-2012, 03:24 AM
Well, all 5 kittens made it through the first night well enough. Mama cat is doing well enough, though she's kind of getting antsy, she's used to zipping ALL around the apartment, and now she's confined to a box. She doesn't much like this, so we've had to lock her in.

Our other cat, Stormy, is freaking out all over the place. She's taken up a sentry position in the doorway of our bedroom which faces the bathroom door (Where we keep the kittens) and just stares at the door. The whole day. Poor Stormy.

We took a couple videos over the last couple of days. I don't want to link them here, because there's an off chance some of the stuff in one of them MAY identify me/us, or at least a college associated with one of us. Being careful and all that.

But they're a bit more active. One climbed over mama and managed to upend into the water bowl. We heard the frantic mews and found the buttend of a kitten in Pumpkin's water, and Pumpkin staring, baffled, at her offspring...

Other than that, no hiccups so far. Everyone is healthy and right on track.

fireheart
04-16-2012, 10:07 AM
But they're a bit more active. One climbed over mama and managed to upend into the water bowl. We heard the frantic mews and found the buttend of a kitten in Pumpkin's water, and Pumpkin staring, baffled, at her offspring...


That mental image is hilarious :roll:

Sounds like mama cat is doing OK.

Have you decided what you're going to do?

RayvenQ
04-16-2012, 02:21 PM
That mental image is hilarious :roll:

Sounds like mama cat is doing OK.

Have you decided what you're going to do?

What was just as hilarious was Lupos reaction to it in chat.

fireheart
04-17-2012, 12:26 AM
What was just as hilarious was Lupos reaction to it in chat.

which was?

ETA: I have names for them, even though I know you shouldn't get attached to them :p

Jarrah
Butternut
Pattypan
Kent
Honeydew :p

Yes, I'm thinking in the theme of pumpkins (except that I couldn't think of another pumpkin name :p. As a general note, butternut down ehre is referred to as pumpkin)

lupo pazzesco
04-17-2012, 11:43 AM
which was?

There was squealing, babbling, and at one point I believe I shouted "DRIPPY WHIPPY TAIL!!!" because I had to scoop the baby out and hold it in the palm of my hands, which sent me into spasms of cuteness induced epilepsy. >.>

fireheart
04-17-2012, 12:31 PM
There was squealing, babbling, and at one point I believe I shouted "DRIPPY WHIPPY TAIL!!!" because I had to scoop the baby out and hold it in the palm of my hands, which sent me into spasms of cuteness induced epilepsy. >.>

:roll:

More like drippy whippy kitten :p

Also, they are ADORABLE.

morgana
04-17-2012, 03:01 PM
SQQQUUEEEEEEEEEEEE! :p

That is all . . .

lupo pazzesco
04-20-2012, 02:32 PM
The kittens will be one week old tomorrow!! Holy crap!!!

Made an appointment with the foster coordinator with the Animal Defense League, to talk over surrendering, fostering and adoption of kittens and possibly Pumpkin. We've also been taking scads of pictures, and there are some videos.

They're just so cute, and really developing their own personalities. Aethian nicknamed one from the pics Yin Yang, for the design on the back of it, and it's fairly apt. That's one zen kitten. Just...goes about business, eating, sleeping whatever. Doesn't respond if the other kittens push in and around.

Then, you have the bitchslappy twins. Nicknamed thusly because they just can NOT go a feeding without hitting each other if they happen to be nursing right next to each other. Seriously. They're not even fighting over the same nipple, they each have their OWN, and the still smack and flail at each other. It's hilarious and cute all at the same time.

Then there's the Adventurer, who keeps exploring, even when mom and siblings are trying to sleep, flailing and squirming all over the place.

The other kitten is the oddball, in that it loves to sleep and nurse on it's back, so there is always a belly exposed whenever we check in on them. so cute.

Break's over, but must remember to tell the story of what happened yesterday morning as I was getting ready for work! laters!! and MAYBE will remember to post a few more pics. ^.^

Draper Mel
04-25-2012, 01:11 AM
I'm sure things will look like this soon, if they don't already.

http://icanhascheezburger.com/2012/04/23/funny-cat-pictures-lolcats-mama-needs/

strawbabies
04-28-2012, 09:33 PM
Additionally, I've heard that spaying *before* first heat is actually easier and potentially cheaper than during or after it. Presumably there's an optimum age that a good vet would tell you about for free.

I volunteer at a vet's office (been there for 2 years) and this is absolutely true. There is no medical reason to wait until after their first heat. My cat was a runt, and I was weighing her every week to make sure she was big enough to get her shots and get spayed as early as possible.

I'm glad the kittens and Pumpkin are all ok. I love the story about the bitchslappy twins and the one who likes to nurse on his back sounds adorable!

wolfie
05-05-2012, 03:50 PM
Break's over, but must remember to tell the story of what happened yesterday morning as I was getting ready for work! laters!! and MAYBE will remember to post a few more pics. ^.^

Please don't keep us in suspense - it's been about 2 weeks since you posted that, and still no story.

Pixilated
05-05-2012, 06:35 PM
They are SOOOO cute! :D Any updates? Are they running amok all over the house yet?

Mytical
05-05-2012, 07:33 PM
I so wish I could take care of a furball..would be good for me..but can't always take care of myself right now *sigh*