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Willow's Update

post #1 of 14
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It was suggested that I post some new pics of Willow in her gang here for those of you that dont follow the Preggo Cat forum.

Willow's Acrorns turned 9 weeks on Wednesday. 3 or the 4 found new homes last Saturday. We decided to keep Nacho. One kitten was returned due to unexpected allergies in their 4-year old. So two of the original Acorns remain. I say "original" because, when the kittens were about 6 weeks old we had to make a trip to Pittsburgh's Children's Hospital for my son. Two weeks later we come home only to find a new kitten, approximately 2 weeks old. Apparently Willow was still 3 weeks preggo when she had the first litter. Along came kitten #5. We dubbed him, appropriately enough, "Finding Chemo"

Anyway, here is one of the final family portraits before half the brood went on to their furever homes.



What a difference 6 weeks makes huh?
post #2 of 14
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I call this picture:

Everyone Gets a 'Nut'

post #3 of 14
The kittens are so beautiful! You must be so proud!
post #4 of 14
AWWW they look so fluffy and cute..
post #5 of 14
Thanks for adding them to the fur forum - you know I love your babies!
post #6 of 14
Wow, those pictures are cool. How funny little Chemo looks with his big siblings!
post #7 of 14
Awww, I am just so in love with Finding Chemo!
post #8 of 14
Very Cute
post #9 of 14
What a good Mommy Willow is to keep little Chemo alive despite his tiny size. What a miracle. Ongoing prayers for your son!
post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
What a good Mommy Willow is to keep little Chemo alive despite his tiny size. What a miracle. Ongoing prayers for your son!
Chemo isn't tiny. He was born when his siblings were what-8 weeks old.
Chemo is just younger than they are. Isn't that a most bizzare thing ever?
post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by elizwithcat
Chemo isn't tiny. He was born when his siblings were what-8 weeks old.
Chemo is just younger than they are. Isn't that a most bizzare thing ever?
You're right. But the difference is about 6 weeks. When we came home from the hospital the "Acorns" had just made their 8 week mark. We found the kitten that night, and he was about 2 weeks already!

Here's a pic of Nacho and Chemo together.

post #12 of 14
They are so cute and getting so big... Tell them to slow down!! lol
post #13 of 14
Such cuties!!!!!!!!! Thanks for the post... Nice pics
post #14 of 14
how sweet I just love baby pics!
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