I'm so sorry about Zambia. Just thinking about if that was my cat has me shaken up. I hope you're doing okay. :(
Thank you. It’s always so hard losing a rescue and in this particular case I felt it was my fault. The vet said it’s so rare for a kitten to have a reaction like that and reassured me there was no way of knowing. It gives me peace knowing I gave her love for her 8 short weeks here on Earth.
The woman who’s cat gave birth to SEVEN kittens let her have them outside, and keep them outside. So at 4 weeks old of course babies start wandering which stresses mama and causes her to move them. She had moved 4 and left the 3 behind for 24 hours, apparently in the hour before I came she must have came back and grabbed another. We thought it best I take the last two since they will probably end up feral and keep reproducing otherwise. At least I can find a home for these two- which I already have. They will be going to a Furever Home together <3
Libra, Scorpius, Vela, and Andromeda are all in their new homes!! They now go by Chloe, Mufasa, Nala, and Sophie :)
All of Kenya and Minerva’s babies have homes lined up and will be going in a week and a half when they turn 8 weeks.
Little Champ is fatter than ever and doing amazingly.
I attempted to rescue a litter of 5 abandoned kittens. They had gone without food for over 24 hours when I finally got my hands on them (discovered about them through a Craigslist post) unfortunately all of them passed on. <3 Together forever <3
I then rescued another group of about 2.5 week old abandoned kittens. Two with full tails, one with a nub of a tail, and one with no tail at all! They are too cute and are nursing on Mama Cassie (who is now spayed but still producing massive amounts of milk). She adopted them!
And tonight I rescued a little grey male kitten from a restaurant in my town right next to the freeway. His sibling, who is more timid, is still out there but i’m glad I have at least one of them safe in my home <3