Tiny Kittens Dr F checks Felicity no other kittens in there all good

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These videos were recorded from live streaming cams at the Tiny Kittens Society website http://tinykittens.com/live

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Besides the normal kitty behaviors of them looking adorable playing, sleeping, eating, wrestling with each other, squawking for their turn at their favorite nipple at the milkbar…
You may see cats and kittens feeling sick, sometimes grumpy, hissing, scampy, etc. Do not worry, they are in the best of care with volunteer snugglers, vet techs and the best vets in the area!

Tiny Kittens Society is a volunteer-run non-profit society working to improve the lives of cats and kittens in need. Based in Fort Langley, BC, Canada.
Their mission: “Rescuing locally, educating globally”
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These videos were recorded by Sara (Little Darling) & is not affiliated with Tiny Kittens Society

From Tinykittens.com/FAQ:
“An exception to the feral rule was Felicity, who was rescued from a backyard breeder, where her treatment was less than humane. She arrived pregnant and was thrilled to find her accommodations full of cosy beds and toys. It was believed that she still had two weeks to go before she was due to give birth, and she was not very large, but soon after her arrival, she began to have a suspicious discharge, and Shelly feared the worst. Very quickly, Felicity reported to her nest and began to have contractions, and everyone assumed that she was miscarrying. Instead, she gave birth to two healthy kittens, a boy and a girl, who survived their mother’s constant baffing and neurotic concern for their welfare to become extremely energetic and active youngsters. Their energy and mischief was eclipsed, however, by that of their mother, who looned about Tinykittens HQ like a small tornado. One brave soul decided they would adopt the entire family. We wish her luck. Follow the family:
https://www.facebook.com/glightle1”

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Tiny Kittens Dr F checks Felicity no other kittens in there all good

10 thoughts on “Tiny Kittens Dr F checks Felicity no other kittens in there all good

  1. That reminded me of the mama cat that has my 2 girls. Her name was Tiger. My special needs brother named her. My mama had had a stroke so Tiger didn't get spayed. I was there the morning after she gave birth. She gave birth in the closet of my old childhood bedroom. She had a purr that sounded like a muscle car. I went upstairs to check on her since my mama couldn't and I turned on the light and she was nursing. I said Tiger what have you done? The purring started and I kept talking to her. I said you have beautiful babies. The purr got even louder. I was on my knees talking to her and she let me pet her and love on her. I asked if I could see her babies because they weren't nursing at that moment, they were in a tiny pile. She had 3 babies, 2 girls and 1 boy. I swear she moved her body to the side so I could see them and was purring so loud as if to say aren't these the most beautiful kittens you've ever seen? Then, I stroked them one by one. I got bold and picked them up. As soon as I did, she got up and stretched. She bumped me and I was suddenly the kitty sitter. Sam, the male was huge and wasn't happy about being held, but I did anyway. The second largest is exactly like her mama with a GIANT AND LOUD MEOW! I never heard a kitten that loud. And, the runt of the litter could barely squeak out a sound. The loud one is named Ireland and her sister is Abigail and she's curled up right beside me. Ireland is standing guard outside my special needs brother. I don't know when the changing of the guard happens, it just does, ever since our parents died and he came to live with me 6 years ago. The girls are very protective of him. I used to go to sleep with both girls now, one is outside his door every night and at some point they switch out "guard" duty.

  2. My comment before about the baby. I thought that female cats gives birth to more one. I only saw one at that time. I would like to say I am sorry for the mistake. I am so happy that her kittens are healthy. Her kittens looks like my kitty and I would love to breed her with a Male cat with the same Markings or with a Male Simonies cat.
    To the parents of this beautiful cat good luck and God-bless you for having Healthy kittens

  3. Thank you for letting me view my first birth of kittens. I love them so much I work for a TNR in PA and have fostered many a mother and her kittens. They are God's gift to us…

  4. I love how encouraging you are and how much u comfort her. I was blessed to be able to witness my cat giving birth it was a wonderful thing to see but she was a first time mom and the first one was the hardest, the rest came quickly after tho

  5. She was nervous for her babies! Give her time to bond & allow it to happen naturally!!

  6. Such an amazing cat!! She's gorgeous, coloring & all & babies!! Like shes saying NO stay back lol…such a wonderful bond u do have with her!!

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