Aoife visited Josh again in January and although his owner saw & heard nothing she is now heavily pregnant. She had a large litter last time and I think she will do so this time as well.
My fingers are tightly crossed that all goes well. Once the kittens are a few days old I’ll post an update.
Eadlin (GRCH Shunra Fawntasia) has been to a couple of shows recently, the Cumberland on the 10th October and the Yorkshire on the 14th December, and got a Reserve Imperial Grand Certificate at the Cumberland, and the actual IGRCC at the Yorkshire, plus a humongous and beautiful rosette!
GR CH Shunra Fawntasia at the Cumberland Show
Rosettes & Certificate from the Yorkshire Show
Most of us have already gone, the last one leaves on Wednesday 30th. There will be more kittens next year.
All our brothers and sisters have their homes, we are still looking. We are a Havana girl and a Lilac boy and as you can see from our photos we are incredibly cute!
All bar one of Aoife’s and Eadlin’s kittens were neutered today. One of the boys wasn’t done as his testicles had hidden when the vet checked him this morning. I fed them at 3:30am, took them along for 10am and they were back home by 1:30pm. The boys were fine, the girls had been done second and took longer to settle and stop grumbling.
They have all had their second vaccinations and been chipped, including the un-neutered boy.
Aoife with three of her kittens
Aoife’s kittens went to the vets again for their second vaccinations, all seems well. They have also been booked in for a wee operation next week…
The chocolate tabby and one of the oriental lilacs have homes, the Havana and the other oriental lilac (the one in the photo) are still looking.
Both Aoife’s and Eadlin’s kittens have had their first vet-check and vaccination, and all is well. They are now looking for their new homes.
Aoife’s kittens at 6 1/2 weeks
Time flies, and Aoife’s boys are starting to look for their new homes. There is a Havana, a chocolate tabby, a lilac tabby and two Oriental Lilacs. The Oriental Lilac girl (green collar) might be staying.
They will be regisered, wormed, vaccinated, neutered and chipped and will come with a ‘kitten pack’ with some food, a few toys, some litter and a blanket. They will also come with 4 weeks free insurance, and will be ready to leave from mid September.
If you are interested please contact me.
Aoife’s kittens 15th July 15
Aoife’s kittens are getting pretty adventurous and active now when they are awake, so it’s hard to get photos except when they are sleeping. One of them was meowing at the screen door last night as I went to bed, Aoife picked it up and took it back to the nest.
Here they are in a lovely furry huddle.
It seems Eadlin’s kittens no longer need any hand-feeding though I will be keeping a very close eye on their weight gain for some time to come. Now I’m not spending all that time with milk, tissues and so on I can start taking photos of them as well.