Sunday, September 23, 2007

Bringing up Junior

From the desk of Mama Piggy:

My sister and I have absolutely no experience in bringing up newborn kitties. We've had numerous cats since we were kids, but the kittens were always taken care of by their mother.

So when this bunch of helpless kitties were thrust into our care, we were naturally quite apprehensive.

Thank goodness, the kittens chose to live, perhaps knowing that they have been given a second chance at life.

Mark that ginger boy in the video, he will grow up to melt some hearts.


VeganCatsg said...

Ah...Amazing favourite hymn :)

Kootoo | Muffin | Milo said...

Hey, same here! I first heard it during my secondary school days in a Catholic girls' school, and it has remained my favourite since :)

calsifer said...

Such bliss!

These little ones have no idea how lucky they are, unlike this poor bunch.

Kootoo | Muffin | Milo said...

Calsifer - Goodness me! And the person who kept the cats thought he/she LOVED them??? It is atrocious! It's animal cruelty!:(

calsifer said...

In late 2004, we found a kitten in the same condition except its eyes were intact, in the next neighbourhood. It was bigger though, about 1 to 1.5 months old. We were so hopeful it would live because it cleaned up well and seemed to be get on the mend quickly. But it was very quiet, and just faded away before it reached its second week with Foster Mum.

I really cannot understand how anyone can do this. Humans depress me.