Sunday, March 6, 2011

Stray Kittens Strut

Cleo's First Day w/ Me

Cleo was too young for the Humane Society. Someone had to take her.
4 weeks, palm sized, needing a little help without a mama cat.
9 months later, she’s still a kitten, a smart kitten, a wild one, 
I tell family and friends that Cleo is “of the jungle.” 
She’s sleek, a bit sneaky, and very superior.

Critter and Sir J, One Month Old

Critter and Sir James Cattingsworth of Old Towne call me Auntie, 
their human mom is my Bestie.
Possum the mama cat, the pregnant stray 
She would not keep them if she could not spay (and neuter).
I’m going to help with Possum and Sir J to avoid another litter.

**Did you know that one female cat can begin breeding as young as 4 months old? If she is left unaltered her and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats in only 7 years.**

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