We’re having a lot of bouncing and jumping in the foster room – and yes, they’re still nursing despite being 13 and 10 weeks old. (Kittens will nurse as long as their mothers let them. They want to, the mothers want to, why would I make them stop? It’s not hurting anyone.) (Yes, I’ve taken a lot of grief on this topic in the past, can you tell?)
Katia (black) and Kristi (dilute tortie) were part of a group of outside cats who were being fed by a family. The number of cats kept growing, and so the people who were feeding them asked for help from Forgotten Felines of Huntsville here in North Alabama.
Katia (about 3 years old) and her mother Kristi (about 7 years old) came to us on February 19 & 20, 2018, both heavily pregnant. We thought for sure that Kristi would have her babies at any moment, but Katia surprised us and had her kittens first, 4 of them, in the early morning of February 25th.. Kristi FINALLY had her kittens in the morning of March 19th.
When the kittens are old enough to be spayed and neutered, they will be adopted out to loving families via Forgotten Felines of Huntsville. We are located in Huntsville, Alabama.