The critters!

Since everyones been asking here come some kitten pictures!!! Now youngest dd took these and kittens are apparently very fast so please excuse the blur. 😛

Mammy cat!  Shes going to be getting fixed finally when payday hits in July! Then she’ll have to stay indoors while she heals for a few days (a week or so) and then she back outside being the wonderful patrol cat for the neighborhood! She is on top of the cat carrier in this pic because she does not want to feed the kittens any more milk. They’re six weeks and now eating kitten kibble and I’ve tried to explain to her the whole breast is best argument but shes not having it. LOL


Here’s the keeper from this bunch. Oreo2.0.  Poor Emily was so upset a few months back when we had to have her favorite outdoor cat Oreo put to sleep. Something happened to his tail (dog attack most likely) and the vet said the blood flow to his back legs was restricted and he would just get worse. In the four days we had him indoors to recuperate he went from walking to dragging himself to not using the litter box anymore. So we told Emily if there were any black and white cats in this litter she could keep it. Oreo died and three weeks later… Oreo2.0! Yes he’s a bit of a runt and his ears are bigger than his head. If we didn’t have to name him Oreo I’d be naming him after a Gremlin. LOL


Then there’s Sunny. Turning into the biggest and baddest of the whole lot of kittens!


Tia and Tony. They are both grey and white like Mammy and the only way to tell them apart is one has a little bit bigger of a white spot on their back. I think they’re both girls but have not confirmed that yet.






And last but not least Smokey!  This kitty is totally grey but his face and legs have a little bit of stripes! Too cute!


And… chickens! I cannot even tell you how much I Love my Chickens!!! They are so super awesome and in the next seven days or so we Will have a coop built for them!!! The only one we’ve named so far is that one with the white feathers on his wings. It’s name is Whitey! Yeah, real original. But that one is also the one that comes running up to greet me first in the mornings and it would sit with me all day if I let it! LOL  All of the other ones just kind of blend in but I am getting to know each of their personalities. Two of them are like the ones that herd everyone else around. I’m thinking we might have two roosters???  I have no clue how to tell except to let them keep on growing and if they don’t crow and they lay eggs then they’re a hen. Derpy me. 😀


Now lets see if I can get my camera out in the yard later this week, and have gardening updates too!



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