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Photo's of newborn kittens!

post #1 of 21
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Hi,

My cat had her kittens yesterday morning, I'm not sure if they are boys or girls yet, the black one was first, then the 2 ginger and then the tabby. They all weighed around 100 gramms when I weighed them last night.

Here they are;



and individually;







post #2 of 21
Awwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!

They're beautiful!!!!

Congratulations to you and the new Mommy!!!!!!


post #3 of 21

Awwwww congratulations on the safe arrival of your new furbabies.. They look adorable!!
post #4 of 21
Awwwwwww and again Aaawwwwww!!
post #5 of 21
Aww - you have two red tabbys, a black, and a brown patched tabby. The patched tabby is a female, so you can use her to sex the other ones. More then likely the reds are both boys, and the black can be either.
post #6 of 21
They are so cute and fluffy! I aspecially love the dark tabby, it's so colorful!
post #7 of 21
The dark tabby is more likely tortie, so definately a girl.

My Ziggy had 2 red boys a black and white girl and a tortie girl.

The boys 'regions' were further from the anus and much more swollen. The girls seemed much flatter.

Congratulations on your new babies!!!
post #8 of 21
oh my goodness!!! They are absolutely adorable!!!! How is momma doing? Is she being a good mother?
post #9 of 21
awwww!!! they're beautiful!! xx
post #10 of 21
they are too cute!
post #11 of 21
Awwww, they are gorgeous! Congrats!
post #12 of 21
what beautiful babies I really kittie number 4
post #13 of 21
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Originally Posted by GoldenKitty45 View Post
Aww - you have two red tabbys, a black, and a brown patched tabby. The patched tabby is a female, so you can use her to sex the other ones. More then likely the reds are both boys, and the black can be either.
Congrats on the babies. Keep showing us their progress.

Not to hijack the post, but I have a question on the quote above...I have had about 2 dozen foster kittens, 6 of which have been red/orange tabbies. Three of which were female, three male. (I counted on my fingers twice to double check) Are orange tabbies usually male? I never knew that. Learn something new everyday!!
post #14 of 21
im in love with the last one
post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by Hdizzy View Post
Congrats on the babies. Keep showing us their progress.

Not to hijack the post, but I have a question on the quote above...I have had about 2 dozen foster kittens, 6 of which have been red/orange tabbies. Three of which were female, three male. (I counted on my fingers twice to double check) Are orange tabbies usually male? I never knew that. Learn something new everyday!!
99% of the time reds are male, but from what i have heard females are getting more common.

same as tricolours 99% are normally female, if you do get a male normally they are infertile.
im sure that is what i have read. if im wrong someone please correct me.
post #16 of 21
Hmm, I never knew tri-colors to ever be males. And like I said, I've been 50/50 on the red tabbies. Thanks for the info!

So how are your new babies doing? Can't wait to see more pics!!
post #17 of 21
They are soooooooo cute. I'm afraid I couldn't see the last one on her own, is she! a tortie? I had read a no. of years ago that 85% of orange tabbies were male. Calicos are the same as torties 99% female I would think.
post #18 of 21
Congratulations ! They are all adorable
post #19 of 21
Im in love!
post #20 of 21
Awww!! That first picture of the pile is so cute! That face!
post #21 of 21
awwwwwww congratulations, theyre really sweet.

Hope mum and kitties are all doing well.
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