Tiny Kittens Felicity in labor first one here alive and healthy yay facebook.com/glightle1

Kittens Video Information:

Before leaving comments, please know that Felicity & her kittens are in foster care, rescued from a backyard breeder who was using them as a kitten mill and neglecting them. They are all healthy and thriving. They were all adopted together into a home. You can follow them on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glightle1 🙂

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”
They help cats and kittens in need. Watch their rescue cats and kittens LIVE 24/7: http://tinykittens.com/live

If you would like to learn more, please visit:
http://tinykittens.com
FAQ: http://tinykittens.com/faq
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tinykittens
Twitter: https://twitter.com/tinykittensHQ
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tinykittenshq

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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10 thoughts on “Tiny Kittens Felicity in labor first one here alive and healthy yay facebook.com/glightle1

  1. Only the first 5 minutes into this video and you (foster fur-mom) were wonderful with her. Soothing her. Letting her know that she’s ok. And the thing that really really touched my heart ❤️ is when mama looked straight up at you with her whole next extended. In my opinion she needed you more than you know. God Bless you for that.

  2. Mine cat has never had kittens, but I will just have to get a kitty and help her thru labor. It looks like something you'll never forget. Nature is just beautiful.

  3. I thought cats give birth to more then just one. I would love to know what kind of cat that is?.
    I thought I have seen it all but this is a Miracle and a blessing to see a birthing of little kittens.
    I would love to Breed my 1 year old female cat with either a Siamese cat or someone like her.
    But anyways I would like to say thank you for That amazing birthing.

  4. Just curious…is the stuffed animal in there to keep mama company? 🤔😂

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