It has been a warm day today. In some places hitting 92 degrees I was told. It didn't feel that hot to me, but I was in and out a lot.
Hoko's litter has their eyes open now. And I got a few cute shots I wanted to share. Here is the Blue Tabby boy. Looks like he's holding on for dear life, don't worry, I've got you little fellow.
And the Blue Lynx Point girl. Sitting in the corner of the birthing box.
And the Black/Brown Tabby girl. How cute is that face?
And the Blue Lynx Point boy. Such a handsome guy.
And the Black/Brown Tabby boy. What is with the funny face and the curled up bottom? You are a funny boy.
And the Black Tabby boy. So unconcerned looking. I'll just go along with anything, he says.
THIS box at the bottom of a cat stand. As you can see it is quite a bit smaller and how in the world did Hoko think she was going to get in there with all her kittens? Believe it or not, they are all in there.
Here's two of the little darlings looking out.
One adventurous tyke thinking of coming out of the box.
Someone finally does venture out to get to Mom, who cannot fit inside the box with the little ones.
So they actually have to come out of the box. To find Mom. And then nurse on the floor.
However, you can tell that they are well cared for and fat as they can be. So they are growing well. The Bluepoint male is spoken for in Hoko's litter and possibly the Black/Brown Tabby girl. I will know about that one in a few weeks. So if a particular one catches your heart and you want to make them your own, call or write to me and we'll make the arrangements. All information is on my Cherished Siberians website.
And here are just a couple of shots of two of Maliha's kittens playing with a toy. The Calico girl who is still available, and little Blue Tabby girl. Who I will find out soon who she belongs to. (it got complicated, but soon will all be worked out) (smile)