There are all sorts of babies at my house. Well, Mom says they’re “babies” but I am suspishus that they are kittycats! Here are some photos of these babies:
These babies are called Sister, Chomps, and Cleo. Sister is named Sister because she is a cally-co and cally-co kittycats are always girl kittycats. Sister is very outgoing and rambuncshus! Chomps is named Chomps because he was the first baby that came, and he kept chomping Mom’s finger because he was hungry. Cleo is short for Cleopatra because she looks like an Egyptshun kittycat!
This baby is called Moose. He is the biggest baby.
Dad found these babies at Grandpa Roger’s pawperty. Grandpa Roger has too many cars in his yard and lots of underbrushes, and when Dad was helping him move some cars he found Baby Chomps and brought him home to Mom. I didn’t even notice him because he was so quiet! A couple of days later Dad found Baby Moose, Baby Sister, and Baby Cleo and brought them home.
The babies when Dad first found them, they were very hungry.
When they first came they lived in plastic bins on the kitchen island. Baby Moose was very sick and had lots of icky goop in his eye. He went to the doctor and got some medicines and lots of good noms and then he was all better, but he had to stay away from the other babies to make sure they wouldn’t get sickies too so he had to be by himself. Moose was the biggest baby, and Sister and Cleo are medium babies, and Chomps is the smallest baby. Mom says they are from three different “litters”, which is a group of babies. The three little babies were so little when they came that they had to eat baby formoolas, and Mom fed them with a thing that skwirted the formoola into their tiny moufs! It took an awful long time for her to do that every day and I was a bit put out that the babies got so much attenshuns!
I started to notice the babies because Moose meowed loudly a lot! After Moose kept trying to jump out of his bin, he had to live in the bathroom. Then Dad built a play yard in the kitchen for the babies and Mom and Dad were hoping that Moose could go live in there with the other babies, but he kept tackling them and biting their necks and they didn’t like that! So, Dad built a smaller play yard just for Moose.
The little babies’ play yard when Dad first built it.
This week, since Moose was big enough, Mom took him to the Humane Society so he can be adopted. When they went there, Mom showed him the other babies who are there. The nice lady said there is a suite with three other rambuncshus babies and that Moose should have fun there until he finds his furever home. He has a speshul page on their website, you can see it here if you would like to: https://whs4pets.org/adopt-a-pet/pet-details/?id=23437593 . Mom also sent some other photos and she hopes they will put them on his page. (Update: Baby Moose was adopted so he doesn’t have a page anymore!) They let him take his speshul bed and toys with him, and Mom was glad of that!
Mom says Moose is sure a playful baby, and very fluffy, but very pointy too, BOL! He enjoyed very much climbing up Mom’s leggys and biting her with his teefs. Sister is much the same and so Mom has to be careful when she goes in the play yard that Sister doesn’t leap at her leggys and climb them! Sister is very precoshus and has almost figured out how to get out of the play yard. Mom says she has to spend a lot of time trying to outwit the babies! Sister was the first one to jump up on the box in the play yard. Now Cleo can jump up on the box too! Cleo is a very shy baby sometimes, and she scrunches herself up under the cupboard to hide, but when she comes out she likes to have lots of fun playing. Chomps is the littlest baby and he can’t do all the things the girls can do like jump up on the box, but he tries very hard and likes to tackle their tails! Mom says it is so much fun to see. The babies are getting so big and can use a kittycat pottybox and even eat regular kittycat foodables. When they started eating those foodables they grew a whole lot right away!
Mom is sorry that we can’t keep any of the babies, but she is allergic to kittycat dandruffs and well, I’m not sure I would be nice to the babies if they lived out in the house with me, so I told Mom it would be better for them to live in a house without a doggie who might not treat them safely. On Saturday a very nice couple is coming to meet Sister, and they are hoping to take her to their home. They live nearby and said they would be happy to give us updates about how Sister is doing. We hope Sister won’t be too rambuncshus for them! They also have an older boy kittycat, and they think he will like Sister. (Update: The nice couple did adopt Sister, and they love her very much!) Cleo and Chomps will be here until they get adopted, or they may go to an adopshun place. Do you know anyone who is interested in adopting an adorable baby, furiends?
(Another update: Chomps was adopted by a very nice man who renamed him Sylvester!)
Baby Chomps when he was just tiny. Aren’t his tiny paws just super sweet and perfect?