The kittens get to be out exploring now. One has to be very careful when walking around when the little hellions are loose – they are everywhere. The pictures speak for themselves. They are great explorers. Everything is a toy or a mountain to be climbed. We have a very sweet male tiger in the house right now from the same colony, recovering, and he loves the kittens, and they him. His litter box is one of their favorite playpens. Don’t ask me why.

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12 thoughts on “Kitten Country

  1. And people are like mountains to climb! This is an overload of cuteness. One looks a little like Hiro. You are going to have empty nest syndrome when they leave.

    1. No empty nest in the summer I suspect. There are lots of kittens waiting in the wings.

  2. It definitely is kitten time. My heart is still bleeding since my George one night figured out how to let himself out of the house. But I will be looking another cat. At present, I will be looking for a female who is an older cat that no one else wants. I’m not sure I can keep up with a kitten.

    1. I’m so sorry to hear about George. But glad you have room in your heart for another cat who needs a good home.

  3. They are all so adorable! Wishing you luck in re-homing, shouldn’t need much as they’re so precious!

    1. Luckily, they go off to one of the rescue groups to re-home, right after Memorial Day. I’m sure they will find homes very quickly.

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