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Rest assured that we work extremely hard to provide the best possible care, have tons of experience and a great vet team. While tragedies are far too common in animal rescue, here at TinyKittens they are the result of nature and overpopulation, and not the result of negligence, ambivalence or poor judgement on our part.
While heartbreak is inevitable in the work that we do, we hope you will take great comfort and joy witnessing the transformations of the cats and kittens saved, who would otherwise have never gotten a chance to experience the love, comfort and pampered lives they deserve.
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CHLOE (4/22): Brie – tortie #1, Fontina – tortie #2, Colby – lighter ginger, Cheddar – darker ginger, Aura – tortie tuxie with cleft palate
RULA (4/19): Nakia – tortie
RAMONA (4/17): Huggins – Yellow Collar; Ribsy – Blue Collar; Beezus – Green collar
Over the bridge: Ramona’s Quimby and Little Prince, Rula’s Okoye and T’Challa
UPDATE APRIL 22: Chloe gave birth to five beautiful kittens this morning. Four are doing well so far, but Aura has a significant cleft palate with two large holes. We have a specialist advising us, and while the prognosis is guarded, we will continue to tube feed every 2-4 hours around the clock and do everything we can to get her big enough for surgery in 16-24 weeks. As with all of our cats and kittens, we will do everything in our power to save her as long as she is not suffering. Her situation is much more life-threatening than Marvie’s – he had a cleft lip/nose, but his palate was intact. I have posted a photo of her palate at
Chloe, Rula and Ramona are pregnant ferals raising their last litters of kittens in safety and comfort. They will be spayed and we will see if they are receptive to socialization. They come from a colony of more than 230 feral cats, where 90% have been spayed/neutered thanks to Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) efforts. Our volunteers provide daily care and feeding to the cats who remain at the colony, regardless of rain, snow or face-spider season. Meet their colony friends and family:
UPDATE APRIL 3, 2018: A third pregnant feral named Rula has joined our feral caternity ward. She is also from the Happy Forest. Rula is black with a subtle white locket, white belly spot and white hairs on her scruff.
UPDATE APRIL 2, 2018: Gwen “accidentally” trapped a pregnant feral cat, so we are going to see how she does sharing a room with Chloe. Chloe (ginger + white) and Ramona (pure black) are from the same colony, so it is likely they know each other.
Chloe, Rula and Ramona will be part of our new project to map the DNA of her feral cat colony.
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