OOo.. I am so excited.
Last night when I come home tired and still feeling a little under the weather, I decided not to cook and just eat instant noodle for dinner.. I walked into the living room, pull back the curtain and saw…. a stray cat staring at me.
I walk out to the garden and saw the cat quickly ran off. oh well…
Then, I hear tiny scuffling. I was worry. Could it be RATS?!! Is that why the cat was here… I hunted high and low for it.. and finally, I located the source of the noise, hidden behind some plywood board which hubby had leaning against the wall. I pull open and saw 2 cutest little kitten.
Aww… One is black and the other is white with orangy spot.
The Mama-Cat come back, and I suspect she is not a stray because she has NO fear for human at all.. When I kneel down, she come over and begging me to stroke her. hahaha… even flip over on her back with her four paws up in the air.
Told hub when he come home and both of us ended up looking and playing with the kittens and mama-cat.
The Black one started making its way around my basil plant. When I pick him up, he smell like basil. hahahaa.. so, I named this little thing Basil. (Still haven’t determine the gender yet)
As for the other white orangy baby, we didn’t dare to pick it up as it was hissing away. ;p
This morning, we checked and they are all still there….
If they are still around tonight, I’ll try and get some better shots.
Hello there, thanks for taking care of the mummy cat and kittens. You may wish to put the kittens up for adoption on the Cat Welfare Society adoption page at http://www.catwelfare.org/adoptions – you will need to sign up for a free account on the website, and do include photos, descriptions, and your contact details so that interested adopters can get in touch with you.
The mummy cat should be sterilised once she doesn’t nurse anymore (usually when the kittens are around 8-12 weeks old). CWS also offers subsidised sterilisation and partial reimbursement – more info at http://www.catwelfare/org/catsnip
All the best!
Hub and I were thinking of getting a cat already once we settle into the new house.. So, if the mama-cat and kittens continue to stay, we plan to adopt them all. 🙂
Hey there, that is wonderful news! Yay for the new feline entrants to the family! ^ _ ^ Do remember to spay the mummy cat though – it’s important to do that to ensure there’ll be no unwanted litters in future. And do keep them strictly indoors – pet cats that roam around are susceptible to all sorts of dangers (cat fights, injuries, accidents, etc.)
They are really cute! Feel free to email me if you need any tips on pet care, k? All the best!