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post #31 of 47
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Originally Posted by HopeHacker
Curious question, I was wondering if these kittens will be SBT's?
What is Meeka? Is she an F2? If she is then they would not be SBT they would be F3's.
post #32 of 47
oh I just went to solarity bengals site and Meeka is an F3, so yes, the kittens are SBT. Anything below an F3 is considered SBT.
post #33 of 47
Aww, I am so pleased to hear they are gaining so much weight - bet soon you wont even be able to tell they were too early.
post #34 of 47
Thread Starter 
Yah the kittens are F4's or SBT.

Last night my neighbor from back home went over to my moms house and congratulated her on being a grandmother. My mom was very confused until she mentioned the "four grandbabies." Hehe then she caught on :p .

Little Cayko is at 3.5oz! That is 1.5oz up from birth . The others are all between 4.3-4.5oz right now. The paw also looks pretty good.
post #35 of 47
They are just darling!! More pics please!!!
post #36 of 47
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Heres a link to all the pictures I've taken so far:
http://public.fotki.com/hurricanejed...ekas_newborns/
post #37 of 47
They are gorgeous .
post #38 of 47
I will love to have one.
post #39 of 47
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Originally Posted by SolarityBengals
Heres a link to all the pictures I've taken so far:
http://public.fotki.com/hurricanejed...ekas_newborns/
Cayko looks like she has large, outlined rosettes already. I bet she'll be stunning! I'd keep her if I were you, if it's possible. The breeder will probably take her for a pick back though, huh
post #40 of 47
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Yah I'm between Cayko and Storm for being the pick so far (I know its early though). I'm not sure. Cayko is the only one that shows the ruffoused color that Meeka has and personally I prefer that. Still early to tell. Cayko is also the one with the injured foot, at least that has nothing to do with genetics. I do think her spots are beautiful already...
post #41 of 47
I'm so glad to hear the good news! Last March/April was SOOOO sad. I'm so happy for you that it went so much better this time! Congrats!
post #42 of 47
OMG they are SoOoOoo beautiful!!!!
congradulations!!!!!!

post #43 of 47
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Cayko's paw looks soooo good! I'm so pleased with how its healing and I bet there isn't as much damage as I originally thought. I'm now just washing it with antibacterial soap a couple times a day. She's an ounce smaller than the rest of them but she can be just as rough!

I think I freaked out mom this morning. I went to go change the bedding and took all the kittens out as usual and she jumped out and frantically tried to take them back in the nest. She wasn't very good at it and the poor kitties were yelling when she grabbed them. I finally got the bedding in and got all the kittens back in the basket (mom got one in herself) and she was looking frantically for more kittens! She didn't know I got them all back in. She had them all there in front of her but she thought there were more. It took them to start nursing for her to calm down.

I think from now on I will change the bedding when she is eating...
post #44 of 47
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Originally Posted by SolarityBengals
Cayko's paw looks soooo good! I'm so pleased with how its healing and I bet there isn't as much damage as I originally thought. I'm now just washing it with antibacterial soap a couple times a day. She's an ounce smaller than the rest of them but she can be just as rough!

I think I freaked out mom this morning. I went to go change the bedding and took all the kittens out as usual and she jumped out and frantically tried to take them back in the nest. She wasn't very good at it and the poor kitties were yelling when she grabbed them. I finally got the bedding in and got all the kittens back in the basket (mom got one in herself) and she was looking frantically for more kittens! She didn't know I got them all back in. She had them all there in front of her but she thought there were more. It took them to start nursing for her to calm down.

I think from now on I will change the bedding when she is eating...
Yeah they all do that a first. They panic when you move the kittens. She'll be ok with it later when they start to move around on thier own. 2-3 weeks or so.

So im having the opposite problem then you. My cat has been in early labor for awhile. I was up with her all night last night and she still hasn't gone into active labor. She's lost her mucous plug and is having regular contractions but nothing. She's now 4 days overdue.
post #45 of 47
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Wow. I hope they come soon! Send me some pics when they do.
post #46 of 47
now she's outside with the other cats. She wants to be out there for some odd reason. Im beginning to think this will never happen....sigh........
post #47 of 47
What beautiful babies! Makes me wanna get a kitten more now
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