Thought that I would share some of yesterday's activities with the Precious little ones. They had trashed their area of the nursery and basically would not allow me to clean without getting themselves into my business...so I put them in jail (not really, but I did put them in the crate that they play in when they are in the hall way to keep them from getting stepped on while I cleaned and mopped). They settled right down and were perfectly happy watching me work. All the litter boxes were taken out and dumped and cleansed with Clorox. I then dried them and let them finish drying in the sun. I then swept, mopped, scrubbed down everything that could be scrubbed, cleaned bowls, dishes and anything else that required being sanitized. Put litter boxes back with clean litter ( I actually changed some of the boxes to larger sizes to accommodate their growth), put fresh food down, put fresh clean rugs down and then watched them run to their clean home. This is a weekly thing that is done every week...but the babies are so big now that I was resolved to do what was necessary for their safety and my sanity. I took pictures of these little stinkers and just thought I would share a day in the life of our Rag dolls with you from Redi Freddie's Rag dolls. I added some pictures taken a day or so before so that their new fur parents could enjoy them up close. God Bless.
Wow! Time sure does fly by quickly. The Precious little ones are 9 weeks old and received their first round of vaccines. They are into everything and are just so precious. They are definitely boys and like to play rough. They really enjoy being loved and cuddled. I got so tickled with them this morning during feeding and clean up time that I thought I would take some pictures and share. It won't be long before their new fur parents will be driving up to take them home. This weekend, I am going to bring them to the front and gradually introduce and socialize them...that really ought to be a fun thing It has been a while. Please enjoy and God Bless.
A lot has happened since I last posted. The precious little ones are growing like weeds and are into everything. Rascal (I am holding him for his new owner) is living up to his name...he is a handful. The two Italian girls are now part of the family and are such a sweet addition to our home. My other babies, Duff and Josie, pretty much tolerate all the mess going on with the Italian Duo and Rascal and his mom. I am going to post pictures today of all these messes...kittens and the ambassadors up front, MacDuff and Josie. Please enjoy and forgive me for not keeping everyone up to date...God Bless. Was not able to get a picture of Josie and Rosebud today...camera shy, I guess.
Well, I sure do feel foolish. I do like to think that I can tell the difference between the male kitties and the female kitties...guess I can sometimes be wrong. When the Precious little ones were born, I did a quick gender check and thought that there were two little girls and two little boys. I continued to consider them that way until this last week when I started noticing that my little girls were looking more like little boys. I called my Vet and asked him if he could check these babies and verify their gender. Dr. H and his staff were excited about getting to see these little cutie pies in the flesh and maybe have a little hands on play time with them. I got them there and of course everyone had a fit over how cute and calm they were. Dr. H had a look see and sure enough...all four were little boys. Dr. H said that he had never seen a litter of all boys or all girls...I was a little embarrassed about making such a fufu ...I was reassured that there are times when it is difficult to tell the gender of these little fluff balls...and not to feel bad. I am so glad that my suspicions were validated...four little precious boys and all seal color...one little mitted and three little bi color..Just too cute for words. I am going to share some pictures that I have shared recently...These little ones are 6 weeks old going on 7. Precious little baby kitties. God Bless