Friday, July 21, 2006

Mother & kittens

Mother & kittens
Originally uploaded by dawnkua.

Just got back from flyering blocks and dropping off a trap. This is what I saw on the 8th floor of one of the blocks. Sigh.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hopefully there is a kind person who will sterilise the mother cat. If not, another 3 more months, the mother cat will produce another 4 kittens. Wow, A football team !!! Better to find out who is the owner, caregiver or feeder. Someone has to take the mother cat for sterilisation.

21/7/06 9:18 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Yes - I went to one of the feeder's home, but only a little boy was home. I asked the feeder to please call me. At the other home, no one was at home - the neighbour said he would ask them to call me.

21/7/06 9:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The 4 kittens are lovely, all brown and ginger. My malay neighbours would like to adopt one. But provided they eat solid food. If bottle-feed, then, it's difficult, because the wife has to work 12-hour shift and no-one is at home to care for the kitty in the day.

Aunty wie

22/7/06 12:37 AM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Yes they're too young now - hopefully they'll be okay till they're old enough to be adopted.

22/7/06 12:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How old are the kitties. Not yet wean I suppose.. If too young, they stil need their mummy, so cannot foster out yet.

22/7/06 12:45 AM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Very young - they're all suckling. I'll post a video a little later.

22/7/06 12:47 AM  
Anonymous Big Ears said...

If Aunty Wie's neighbour is a qualified adopter and they are serious, I can help to babysit (the chosen one)till the kitty is on solid food. There are 4 of us on roster but most credit is to Mom dearest :)

22/7/06 11:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think my malay neighbour would like a male ginger or brown kitten.
It must be a male.

Last month, I gave this family 2 kittens (5 wks old) one grey tabby and another black and white mixed.
1 female and 1 male.

This family also hv a brown and white burmese cat (9 months old), male. Surprisingly, this burmese cat is afraid of these 2 young tiny kittens. This burmese is very timid but affectionate and tame.

I promised to give them a brown kitten (another sibling of the other two). Unfortunately, my brown kitty is sicked, weak, fragile and very skinny. I hv to nurse her because she is a pre-mature baby.

I thought maybe I should replace one for them.

Aunty wie

22/7/06 3:49 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Auntie Wie, are you sure the family can handle so many cats? It sounds like they have quite a few already. Maybe it's best to see how they handle the ones you just passed them first?

22/7/06 4:15 PM  
Blogger vegancat said...

Auntie Wei
Please follow up and ensure the kittens are sterilized in time.

22/7/06 4:21 PM  

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