Barbara sent me these lovely pictures taken by her daughter Sarah. As you can see the kittens are doing really, really well. She has a boy and a girl – I think the yawning kitten is the boy and the one being very cute is the girl, but I’m not 100% sure!
Sue sent a couple more pictures. This is the one where she is the star, and if you look carefully you can see that Lulu has been chewing their whiskers – they are short stubby little things at present.
This was taken on the 16th October.
Kyomi Kalyani is a Caramel Oriental and hopefully will be my new breeding queen.
Lots of thanks to Sue for her. She is still with Sue at present and will be joining me in early November when she is 13 weeks old. She doesn’t have a pet name yet, that will come once she is settling in here.
Her dad is CJ, Sue’s Havana stud, and her mum is Lulu, a beautiful seal-point Siamese. Here she is with her litter mate, a seal-point Siamese.
Cara’s two kittens seem to be doing really well. They are plump, active when they are awake and the smaller one in particular seems to be getting very interested in the wider world – well at least the bit of it that feeds Cara and strokes it!
They were two weeks old on Tuesday 12th October, the day before this photo was taken.
I was looking through my photos and found this one, taken in June 2010.
The kitten was born on the 8th April, this was taken on the 19th June so the kitten was 11 weeks old, and full of energy and trouble!
After a traumatic time, Cara has two healthy kittens.
Sadly she needed a section, and it turned out she had a lot of fluid rather than kittens making her so huge. One of the kittens had a sticky start, but with lots of care from both Barbara and Cara he started suckling from Cara. Both are growing well, their eyes are opening and hopefully I’ll have some photos of them next week.
Cara as ever is being a terrific mum.