You should have named them reject, throwaway, and castaway..
JKJK. That's awesome dude, I've never seen them so small.
chanice was out walking the dog today, when the dog stopped after hearing the distressed cries of some kittens. turns out they were strays whose mother abandoned them. a neighbor brought over her cat who had just got done nursing a litter of her own, but she rejected the kittens.
so chanice adopts the things. they were very cold and probably not more than a few hours away from death when she brought them home. i kept them warm in my hands while she ran around pulling the heating pad out from my clones and running to the store for weaning formula.
they are now warm, well fed, and napping together happily. we named them caviar, truffles, and camembert.
Yeah...but will the clones make it?!?
J/K, cool stuff. Good luck with your new family!
Thats very kind, good karma will be coming your way..
Awesome, good luck with this.
I rescued a baby robin that was a few days from flying age earlier this summer and it survived. We brought it in at night, fed it wet cat food and gave it water, put it back out where we found him daily. It's mom came back and fed it during the day, it was so cool to see. Within a few days he flew off with mom.
Peace, Love & Weed
For the love of god, don't give the cats to Alf.
"A celibate clergy is an especially good idea, because it tends to suppress any hereditary propensity toward fanaticism" - Carl Sagan. (I lol'd)