Bottles n burps with the Ravine kittens!

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Auntie Pam bottle feeds the three rambunctiously adorable kittens rescued from a ravine!

MAY 17, 2022: Today we rescued three tiny kittens from a ravine.

A very compassionate family had been looking out for them, and became concerned for their safety when their feral mama moved them into an unsafe area.  

Happily, all three are now safe and doing well, and we were able to trap an older kitten at the same time.  Brooke is back out there now trying to trap mama so we can reunite her with her babies ASAP.

We are so grateful to the lovely people who had been feeding and sheltering this little family.  They kept them safe as long as possible, and recognized and asked for help when the situation became unsafe for the kittens.  Only 25% of kittens survive in these conditions, so this story would have had a sad ending without their kindness and intervention.

Stay tuned for updates about mama… paws crossed….

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Pumpkin and Screech need special homes! Apply meow: http://TinyKittens.com/adopt

APR 6, 2022: Screech had her long-awaited dental surgery to address her crippling stomatitis (painful auto-immune disease). She has a feeding tube to allow her mouth to heal while still allowing us to give her adequate nutrition and all of her medications. The next few days will likely be difficult, but this was a huge and necessary step toward a pain-free life for Screech.

MAR 23, 2022: Pumpkin had her enucleation (eye removal) surgery and removal of her last remaining tooth (a canine tooth that was broken and painful) today – woohoo!! She should be feeling much better very soon!

These cats were part of an incredible rescue mission made possible by a coalition of international rescue organizations. Their journey is the culmination of nearly six months of work by rescuers in Afghanistan to try to get animals to safety after they were unable to do so during the mass evacuations in August, when the Taliban took control of the country. More to follow…

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Bottles n burps with the Ravine kittens!

10 thoughts on “Bottles n burps with the Ravine kittens!

  1. That’s the most excited kitten for a bottle since Piggy! Soooooo cuuute!

  2. how come she's wearing a zip-up suit ???? To protect each other from allergens or dirt and dander or just plain germs in general????

  3. Gods little angels. Oh, that gray one is outstanding in color. They will now have happy lives.

  4. That little striped girl said "I telled u I was hungree". Aw, such kittie sweetness!

  5. Those kittens are way too cute. I have a soft spot for the blck ones, so they really melted my heart. 🥰💖🐈‍⬛🐈‍⬛🐈‍⬛

  6. TK surly has awesome people who trap, heal, and sometimes return or adopt out. Even the pregnant mom cats that I have watched for a couple of yrs. I always loved how Shelly gave the mom cat the choice to either go with humans or got back outside to live. That to me is the ultimate respect a human can give a cat. I’m most definite that all the kittens and adult cats too from TK have been adopted out to great people because I check out my favorite Mirok and have learned not long after another cat with his head tilt was also adopted by the same lady and for that I say thank you to her. She is so patient with those two boys and she was a blessings to them both. Buy, this lady is awesome with these kitties too. God bless you all and I really do love TK and always will for what you all do for the feral cats. Sue M. (Florida, USA)❤️😺🙏🏻😊😘👼😍👍🏻👍🏻🌸🌴❌⭕️❌⭕️

  7. Picture is to small camera is to far away can't hear a word she is saying

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