Kittens have tripled in weight and are just starting to do their little push-ups. Their eyes are open, beginning to look out beyond the box. We saw the beginnings of wrestling with siblings today as well. Super cute! We have two kittens reserved but may have two still up for adoption. If you're interested in a phone interview to see if you'd be a good match for one of these darlings, please fill out a contact form.
As I was getting ready for school, Millie was quite the chatty Cathy. I had been waiting all weekend for these kitties and with no change in signs of labor, or so I thought. I brought her up to her room, went down to pet her, and saw her first kitten! WOW! One hour later, we had 4 healthy kittens. My vet got a kick out the way she keeps hiding a 4th kitten from us since the xrays and ultrasound only showed 3.
Millie's kittens will be born around the middle of January 2018. They'll go to their new families early April. The reservation list is full for this litter depending on the number of kittens she has. Feel free to email to see if there has been any movement on the list or to reserve a kitten for her next litter. Happy Holidays.
Dark Blue kitten "Eiger": His family says, "He heard it was a mouse pad and thought he would try it out!"
"Roxy": "Is absolutely the best kitten we could ask for! She loves people and my dog Sammie..She is doing great and growing everyday. We love her!"
"Kai" has adapted to our family with ease that's astounding. The kids adore him and say he's 'the best pet ever!' He's so playful and fun and smart. I've already taught him to sit on command. He knows his name and will come when called... When he's sleepy, he's just one big fluffy pile of cuddles and purrs."
Dr. Shelly from Northfield Veterinary Hospital has given the kitties an excellent bill of health!
Check them out at http://northfieldvethospital.com/
KITTENS are just about 7 weeks old and really have begun to play and explore. My daughter used her fancy camera for some beautiful shots of them.
Millie's adorable 4 kittens have tripled in weight and are beginning to become super interested in what's beyond their birthing box. They are also grooming themselves and each other. The kittens have also discovered wrestling with each other, and even sometimes Millie. They are super fluffy, chubby little kittens. I can't wait to see their personalities develop! In the first picture, the boys are on the left and girls on the right.
Rachael is a mom, teacher and cat lover. Her commitment is to share this wonderful breed with other cat lovers (and dog lovers) and even to those who never dream of loving a cat due to allergies! References provided upon request.