Adventures in Kittenhood

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So, two weeks ago, I walked into Penny‘s room and discovered her in the corner, giving birth right there on the floor! (So much for that birthing box…)! It’s been a crazy two weeks full of wonder and worry and change, and I’m still amazed that six beautiful kittens came out of tiny, little Penny. I was betting that she’d have three. Four at the most! I’m in love with each and every one of them and sit and observe them every chance I get. I know they’ll be all grown up before I know it, so I’m trying to cherish the few weeks that we’ll have with them here before it’s time for them to go to their new homes. Here’s a roundup of some photos from their first two weeks:

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kittens 12

kittens 13

kittens 14

kittens 15

One week old!

 

kittens 16

kittens 17

kittens 18

kittens 19

kittens 20

kittens 21

kittens 22

kittens 23

kittens 24

kittens 25

Look at those peepers!

 

kittens 26

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Two weeks old!

 

kittens 30

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kittens 32

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kittens 34

 

Stay tuned for more kitten updates! And if you haven’t already, be sure to check out our farm accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more pics as well as news about our farm/sanctuary, Ahimsa Acres!

 

 

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One thought on “Adventures in Kittenhood

  1. These pictures are just precious. You really got some great shots. The little orange one surrounded by black is adorbs. I really love the black and white. Keep up the good work.

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