Originally Posted by fastnoc
Abby I'm really happy I can do this. it makes me feel productive lol
Here's the worst pictures ever. Man it's nearly impossible to get these guys to sit still long enough to take a picture. Unbelievable.
So i got one of the black one, and one of the one that has the coolest markings on his face ever.
And here's the football player
That is the best two pictures I got out of 65 attempts and all 7 cats. They just move around too much
I just noticed both have naked feet. Does it just take longer for foot hair to grow in? lol
My guess is that those little babies may be "mitted". White paws. There is such a distinctive difference between the fur color on their legs and the lack of hair on their paws. But they look great, JT! You did great! I'm not much help in the birthing and raising of infant cats, but I can certainly cheer you on! Mitted kittens, pointed kittens, tabby, bicolor... or maybe a white kitten or two. You have a really nice mix!
BTW - tho' you think the momma is grey, she really is a brown tabby. Grey cats are really GREY! Think greyish/silverish with maybe some beige. Brown tabbies can have a greyish cast to their fur.
From some cat fancier web site:
A "brown tabby" has black stripes on a brownish or grayish ground color. The black stripes may be coal black, or a little bit brownish.
A "blue tabby" has gray stripes on a grayish or buff ground color. The gray stripes may be a dark slate gray, or a lighter blue-gray.
A "red tabby" has orange stripes on a cream ground color. The orange stripes may be dark reddish orange, or light "marmalade" orange.
A "cream tabby" has cream stripes on a pale cream ground color. These stripes look sand-colored or peach-colored rather than orange.
A "silver tabby" has black stripes on a white ground color. The roots of the hairs are white. You can also have a blue silver, cream silver, or red silver tabby (red silver is also known as "cameo tabby") depending on the color of the stripes. In all cases, silver tabbies have a pale ground color and white roots. To make sure, part the hairs and look at the roots.
This is a nice piccy of a gray/grey tabbyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/northde...mer/404866886/