Sunday, March 30, 2008

Hi from the Mount Vernon Kitties!

Help!!!!!!


The escape!
All snug as a bug in a rug....
ahhhhh, the sweet formula coma is setting in....
Good night everybody ( PS- Wendy told me she's keeping me... wink, wink)

12 comments:

Kirsten W. said...

I'm having kitty withdrawl already!

catnip said...

Sent over from the itty bitty kitty committee to look at the babies! Good job rescuing them. They are so cute, but I'm sure a ton of work!

Zuleme said...

To help with pooping, if you haven't already tried this, take a warm wet facecloth and rub their little butts with it.
One of my kittens, new from the shelter, got very constipated on a new diet. This worked wonders and he chirped with happiness.

tangoastor said...

Ran right over from IBKC...and am sure glad I did!

Those are some adorable babies. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

visiting from IBKC too... good luck with the furbabies, thank you for taking them in. They're adorable!

ms. spinach said...

another ibkc follower, here to say hi. these teensy babies are just way too cute. i would probably have to keep them all!

HoosierKitty said...

The kittens look very healthy. I'm a kitten fosterer too and I know how much work the bottle babies are but it's so rewarding! Keep up the good work!

orange gearle said...

They are so flipping cute. I showed them to Charlie. He wants the orange one.

kleinwort said...

Hi Wendy,

Also here from ibkc. You are so right, it is well worth the fatigue... and that doesn't last too long, only a few weeks. zuleme is right, warm washcloth is a great way to ensure the itty bits go!

Congratulatons on fostering! Can't wait to see them grow!

viabloomington said...

Another IBKC follower. These little guys are adorable! Bless you for taking them in! (Actually it does bless you - doesn't it? Who isn't blessed by little kitties?)

Jenni said...

We did this same thing about 18 mo ago down in the IC area!!! Do you need advice? I can email you.

Wendy said...

We are all doing well for now but I may need some advice when we start transitioning into food and litter boxes!!!! Thanks Jenni!