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All foster kittens are named and sexed. whew

post #1 of 10
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Man, i didn't have any idea how hard it would be to keep track of sexes on 4 nearly identical kittens. what a work load!!!'

I finally named them all. visit the link in my signature and click on 'available kittens' at the top. There's a picture of each one, and a description/reason for each name

Here are the names:
Name: Jackie
Sex: Male

Name: Danica
Sex: Female

Name: Susan
Sex: Female

Name: Jimmy
Sex: Male

Name: Lucky
Sex: Female

Name: Aby
Sex: Female

Name: Johnny
Sex: Male

The foster group has given out the URL to potential adopters, and there's already a waiting list on the 4 off white kittens


Couldn't be happier! I sure hope someone takes mom too. not because I don't like her, but I'd like to start over again with a new pregnant foster right away
post #2 of 10
I once had 4 black DSH males to keep track of.
post #3 of 10
Awww i love their names I've just looked at your blog and couldn't believe the size they are now!! How do you get any work done?, because i'd just want to play with them all day
post #4 of 10
Thread Starter 
You'll notice one named Susan, right

You know, I thought I'd play with them all the time too. but I've found that I have to make myself go in the room. I don't like it when I interrupt them. Don't ask me why, it makes NO sense.

And I thought they'd be more advanced by now actually. They can still barely walk and they're 5 weeks old.
post #5 of 10
They will be finding their balance for a bit, yet. Glad to see you have an area where they can wander.
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by fastnoc View Post
You'll notice one named Susan, right
I did!

As for them being a bit wobbly on their feet still, i'd say that's normal. Even when i got Sophie and Jack who were about 12 weeks old they were still a bit wobbly, especially Jack's head. He looked like one of those nodding dogs you see in the back of car windows

I would go in more to play with them as well, because it'll help them socialise with humans better
post #7 of 10
They are so precious. I wish I could have one.
Good Job on caring for them and finding them homes.
post #8 of 10
BTW...I don't have a cat named Aby!

I'm Abymummy because I'm mummy to Abyssinians!

And thanks for the honor!
post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 
Wups!

Well that's ok, the sentiment is the same
post #10 of 10
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Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
I did!

As for them being a bit wobbly on their feet still, i'd say that's normal. Even when i got Sophie and Jack who were about 12 weeks old they were still a bit wobbly, especially Jack's head. He looked like one of those nodding dogs you see in the back of car windows

I would go in more to play with them as well, because it'll help them socialise with humans better
It just seems a little strange to me because I remember mine at 5 weeks were little terrors, I was already trying to wean them, and they were definitely using the litter box.
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