Tiny ferocious kitten, watch out! TinyKittens.com

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We trapped pregnant feral cats Serenity and Nelia so they could give birth somewhere safe for the last time. In the wild, only 25% of kittens survive due to predators, disease, injury, weather and starvation, which is why it’s so important to spay and neuter. See updates and links below:

UPDATE MAY 5: Dora and Dot, Suri’s remaining two kittens joined Nelia’s crew. Most of the kittens are now eating solid foods, and Suri is very ready to be spayed and return to her forest home where she can feel happy and safe.

UPDATE MAY 3: Bits (Suri’s black tabby boy) joined Nelia’s crew. Suri isn’t enjoying her captivity, so we are hoping to transition her kittens to Nelia now that they are being weaned.

UPDATE APR 22: Feral mama Serenity gave birth for the last time to four beautiful kittens: 1) ginger boy: Clover, 2) black boy: Tulip, 3) tabby girl with dramatic eyeliner: Iris, 4) tuxie girl: Tiarella Ninja. So far, kittens are nursing and appear healthy. All palates have passed inspection. πŸ™‚

UPDATE APR 21: Two of Suri’s kittens (Snap and Dora) joined Nelia’s crew today to see if she will take over their care. (She did, she’s a GREAT mama). Suri is another feral mama from the same colony.

UPDATE APR 3: Nelia gave birth to four beautiful kittens via emergency c-section – Atlas, Rhea, Gaia and Orion. Sadly, on April 7th, we lost little Gaia due to heart failure.

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  1. You are my favorite channel on youtube. And I sincerely mean that. I am a HUGE cat lover. I mean, I love all animals no matter how tiny. Every life is precious. But all of your videos make my day better. It is nice to see someone who does so much for all these cats and measly mousers. You are truly a Saint in my eyes!!! I wish I had money to donate to you. Unfortunately I do not have much of any kind of disposable income. I just wanted to let you know that I absolutely love what you do and I support you in really the only way I can: turn more people onto this channel.

  2. Am I the only one who finds the 2, or 3, or however many in the back sleeping behind the little green cat tower the cutest of the whole bunch? They are all adorable but my heart has a soft spot for the little marmalades. All cats are perfect little floofs. I love marms so much that I named one of my mousers spot after Data's cat(s) in star trek:tng. That boy is huge and such a love muffin. His favorite spot(no pun intended)to sleep is on a beanbag I bought just for him. I also have his sister named Chloe who is a beautiful tortoiseshell with a big case of tortitude. Long story not short I walked out the door to go to work after my wife had left for class and there was a pretty heavily pregnant brown tabby lying on the welcome mat. She was immediately taken inside and after a blistering venture to get supplies before work she settled in like she already owned the place. Our German short-haired pointer was not too thrilled about it but now they are inseparable. Two days later we came home from picking up our daughter from the grandparent's house and there were six little floofs that weren't there before πŸ˜‚. We kept the two spoken of earlier, two brownish grey female tabs went to my wife's best friend, one tuxedo female went to my sister and one all black with yellow eyes male went to my best friend. So we get to see them all pretty often. I felt sorry for the two boys being surrounded by all that estrogen. But mama tab blessed us all with great little family members. Whew! I think that is my longest comment out of all the ones I've made. If you made it this far thank you for taking the time to read the story of my favorite fluffernutters!!!

  3. That kitten IS adorable!!
    But I also hope this is just the occasional zoomies? My neighbor had a kitten that was "vicious" at 8 weeks or so- ears flat- spitting and all. What seemed cute at the time- unfortunately never went away! Turned into a vicious, lunging cat. There was really something wrong with it. I felt bad.
    She moved away when he was around 10 or so- she loved him, but she got bitten all the time! πŸ˜¬πŸ™€

  4. I remember this little dance. In chat I questioned whether Dora was functioning properly. I still wonder about that moment, but she's turned out just fine.

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