Originally Posted by white cat lover
Mackenzie, this is just a thought here, but what if you pay for the spay & she pays for vaccinations? Would she go for that?
As a side note, have you contacted the humane society there & informed them of the kittens? That way you know they will get good homes & the HS can plan for them. If they don't have room, you can bring them here. Just let the HS here know ahead of time...we have suffered heavy losses(particularly kittens) to distemper.
Another thought. She is paying for feeding the kittens, correct? Have you added up what the food for kittens costs(not to mention mom eats more)? Maybe if you show her what it will cost per litter, plus figure out about how many litters she will have, you can show her how quickly the spay/vaccs will be paid for.
I have not yet contacted the Humane Society, I'm afraid they won't take them
I think John's Mom might have homes for a few of them, I have to find out.
Well, so far she has not given the kittens a litter box (the one Momma uses is too big for the kittens to be using), or food or water to start eating (When do they usually start eating hard food?)
So, tomorrow is payday for me, so I'm going to go over and take Harley's litter box from when he was a kitten over there with litter, and kitten food that they can eat. Right now the food that Kitty eats is on the top of the steps in the basement, where the kittens were born. Well obviously the kittens cant get up to that, so I'll have to take responsibility (AGAIN) and be sure these kittens are properly fed and litter trained.
You know, when you care so much about something like this, I just don't understand how people cannot care about these little animals in their home.