Well after posting flyers at all my local vet clinics I got three calls for our foster kittens. We offered them for free even though we spent the money for vaccinations and vet visit. We want healthy kittens instead of sickly ones.
Here is Frosty and the orange male kitten. Frosty was an only kitten found inside a wall that no one wanted last year, so we kept him. This was his first foster litter. He misses wrestling with them and eating their kitten chow.
This is our first Missouri cat Poppy. He was run over in a parking lot. We picked him up and brought him to a vet 8 years ago and we kept him after that. He wants no part of the foster kittens. He likes our dogs and cats Frosty and Melon and that is about it. He lives outside most if the summertime.
Kittens feasting for weight gain. I wormed, vaccinates and wormed them again after the de-ticking and flea removal. My husband cleaned out their ear mites while I restrained them. I bathed them three times to get all the fleas and ticks off before setting them loose.So happy I have the puppy tent for just this kind of emergency. With so many foster kittens and illness that comes into our home we have to stay on top of pest control and clean up.
This was the prettiest of the trio. She got adopted by a young girl who could not choose one.I picked this one for her.
All three have new lives now instead of becoming road carrion. After three weeks we were concerned about finding homes for them. One way to do that is the local farm auction. But that is very stressful for them and they most likely will not have a good ending. But it is done here with dogs and cats along with rabbits, goats, poultry. Put in a cage and sold. There is no shelter nearby and the closest ones are full/kill shelters. But I did not have to worry. These kittens got news homes to grow up in.
All kittens and cats love our washable vintage sofa.
This is the best part of fostering sleepy happy safe kittens.