I have had a few people requesting a kitten inventory. If that is you, please enjoy the following photos and select the perfect kitten for you.
If that is not you, simply enjoy the following adorable (adoptable) kittens!
All kittens are weaned, wormed, litter box trained, socialized with dogs and pigs and healthy! None of these kittens have received vaccinations or are spayed or neutered. Please be a responsible pet parent and arrange veterinarian visits upon adoption to maintain the health and safety of your new best friend!
Comment below with any questions or if you would like to set up a time to pick up your kitten! First come, first served–I will try to reserve the kitten you prefer, but sometimes the kitten picks their owner when they meet in person!
Our farm is easy to locate, a little jog off the interstate. Come visit! I have wine.
Okay, so these guys are FAR more creepy than the adorable kittens we discussed earlier this week (seriously, come take a kitten) but how cool is it that the Momma Cardinal chose the hydrangea outside of our living room window to lay and hatch her eggs?
Very cool, indeed.
The nest, pictured on July 9. No babies yet.
We quickly learned to keep the window shut, or Tuna would yowl out the window at Momma Cardinal LIKE AN ASSHOLE.
Thank goodness the babies hatched when it was A MILLION DEGREES OUTSIDE SO WE COULDN’T OPEN OUR WINDOWS.
That’s how much we love baby animals at the Domesticait household, folks. We’re boiling alive for them.
I’m alive! It’s time to mock that cat just inside the window!
I’ll join you!
Looks like we have two more birdies to hatch, and I hope to get more crappy photos of them as the days go by. I was trying to silently balance on a two-step in my living room to get these photos, so I didn’t scare/piss off anyone too badly. (I’m no photographer, clearly)
I’m not quite sure what the development patterns are for infant birds, but it will be interesting to see them grow from the freaky, bulgy-eyed, bed-head worms to fluffy birdies to the beautiful adult cardinal their momma is.
Our kittens are eating (us out of house and home), pooping (in the litter box I WATCHED THEM), and crawling (EVERYWHERE. I hunt around every night in my robe with a flashlight, trying to track down every last wiggly body, while being eating alive by the mosquito horde).
What that means for you is : THE KITTENS ARE READY FOR THEIR FURRRRREVER HOMES!
Behold! These adorable pictures and try to resist!
More interested in the strong, silent type?
How about a mighty warrior kitten? (I always find this one under the deck … in the middle of the yard … in a cupboard … )
They love their momma, but she is ready for them to move out of the house!
A pirate kitten maybe?
How about a basket of kittens? Would you like to take home a BASKET OF KITTENS?
We’re ready for you!
Contact me anytime if you would like to stop by and meet them!
If for some reason you do not find yourself leaving with your arms full of kittens, you may instead leave with your arms full of MULBERRIES! We have so many mulberry trees that are bursting with these gems. Help yourself! And let those puppies shine with this recipe:
Mulberry Lemon Scones from The Italian Next Door.
Photo courtesy of The Italian Next Door at Blogspot.com
With love, kittens and mulberries –