These kittens are being raised in our home with much love and care - and their mothers' attentions, too. We keep our all of our felines pest-free and parasite-free, using natural products rather than chemicals whenever possible. We believe firmly that all medical decisions are the right of the adoptive families, especially since we desire to place our babies in homes by the age of 10 weeks. ————————————— It is our pleasure to pour our time and attention into these babies, providing you with loving kittens who adore people (for they have never experienced trauma, troubles, or neglect). ————————————- Our location is about 1 hour north of Green Bay, Wi; 5 hours east of St.Paul, Mn; or 5 hours north of Chicago, Il. ——————————————- I do not recommend having kittens shipped or flown. Your best experiences will come from meeting your kittens’ family, seeing where/how they were raised, and choosing your kittens in person. For that reason, we do not accept/require money in advance. Instead, you may reserve your kittens with your time and effort. Once you make the initial contact to reserve your kittens, we ask for regular weekly texts/emails from you - and in return, we send you updated photos/videos of your babies. As long as you keep communication open, your kittens are held for you. ————————————- All adoption fees/donations are used to cover the expenses of the rescue cats in our care. New rescues are only accepted when space becomes available and for a modest surrender fee. When we accept a rescue cat, we keep them for life - they have had enough upheaval in their lives and deserve a peaceful, happy barn life. ---------------------- We are a not-for-profit cat sanctuary. All fees collected, including those from our Polydactyl Cattery, are used to pay for the expenses of our feline residents. Donations are welcome - but adoptions into good homes are more welcome!
This is the newest addition to our kittenry. This mama cat birthed in our barn on August 1st, and was doing quite well until she was caught overnight in a raccoon trap. She has suffered a sprained paw, as you might observe in the photos, and is very content to indoors with her large litter of babies now.
We couldn’t resist naming these twelve babies after a months of the year - I mean, really, how often does a cat have a healthy dozen babies?
There is a black-and-white tuxedo girl - January.
There is a black-and-white tuxedo that isn’t distinctly male or female yet - February.
There are 3 identical calico tortoiseshells with orange foreheads - March, April, and May.
There are 2 identical orange tiger boys - June and July.
There are 5 identical brown tiger boys - August, September, October, November, and December.
Everyone is doing well.
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