The neighbors should all thank me for getting Moshi fixed! At least he's not the cause of this cat explosion. So let me try and explain our feline genealogy. 1st we have Milkshake - who had 4 kittens; 2 of which we didn't get around to getting rid of. bad move. Their names are Lillyand Winks. (actually the black was lil'la winks, but I couldn't come up with a name for the white one , thus they share a name) Here you see them draining my plant dry again. They are now about 9 months of age.
Then that slut Milkshake popped out with these little darlings. Judi snagged the white one , Jaci said Garrett could have the black one (thank YOU Rob, you are not as hard hearted as you would like us to think). The orange one is going in the paper. anyone? anyone?
Now back to the 1st litter. Winks (black) bestowed on us 3 ugly little gray rodents, but 1 died. Darn! Then a week later, Lilly snuck in one little white one; who also died. sniff sniff. I tried switching mothers and then kittens to get the little white one to live, but it just wasn't meant to be.
If you look carefully you will notice Lilly tending Winks 2 little rats, and her own. Some times they actually all share the box. Now that Lilly is childless, she still nurtures the rats. It's a healing process I think. If all goes well, Ryan Robisons wife Josie is going to take the 2 rats when they are old enough. By that time, hopefully Lilly will also have a new home, Milkshake will be barren, and winks . . . . considering how much she use to like to sleep in the wheel of a car, there is a possibility that they might still attract each other. right? Okay, so she can either go home with Whit or go to the pound.
If that isn't enough critters for one family, AJ proudly produced West, a darling puppy. He can out poop and out chew all the cats together. So to save myself a small dram of sanity, I came up with a little pollution control. It didn't work quite as well as I had hoped. Next time you are wondering how it's going at moms house, you'll know: it's the s... pitts!