These kittens are being raised in our home with much love and care - and their mother’s attention, 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 seek to place our foster babies in homes by the age of 10 weeks. Our costs are low, consequently, our adoption fees are low. ————————————— 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 from our rescue cats’ kittens 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.
Twix was born to us several summers ago, and was one of 2 calicos never adopted - so she got to stay on as a barn cat with her mother and sister. She is very shy, but an excellent mouser. Her mother was a rescue that closely resembles the American Shorthair breed - though with no provable pedigree. The best description of her breed would be “hardy barn cat”.————————————————- As with all of our mama cats, she was brought indoors a few weeks before birthing to our sunny cat room for special spoiling. It is my widowed mother’s joy to fuss over the mamas and babies, and they are a balm to her. ———————————————--------------------------------------
She's done it! Nine babies were born early in the morning of April 11th. There is one full-body calico, 4 brown tigers with orange markings on the head (making them less obvious calicos), and four tuxedo babies (black and white). I believe two of the tuxedos are tabbies (large, bulls-eye markings) and two are tigers. Trying to figure out sexes for this batch is particularly challenging - they are quite vague! (It's funny how some kittens are terribly obvious, and others seem to hover undecided for a while).
Poppy (female) - such a sweet girl!
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