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Monday, March 26, 2012

Just some photos

Nothing significant new.  I stuck one of the Kitten Glop containers into the freezer, since it looks like Kitten Glop can be frozen.  I found an older heating pad that doesn't shut off every couple hours, which makes my life easier, and maybe the kittens, too.

Now, some photos of him.





He is starting to look like a kitten, instead of some sort of mutant hamster. :-)

For those of you with the time and inclination, a quick video of the kitten trying to decide what he can do with my left hand.

13 comments:

Ginger Jasper said...

Oh my goodness cute overload.. he is just gorgeous..Glad he is doing ok.. Hugs GJ x

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Oh yes, he is growing isn't he?!

Oui Oui said...

What a little sweetie! Are you going to name him?

Lily said...

Such a cute little boy!

Everycat said...

Oh he's gorgeous! He looks really lively and strong. You are doing a great job with this tiny one, they can be so hard to keep thriving. Love the way he's nuzzling your fingers and what a long tail he has too!

Cat said...

So precious!!!

Random Felines said...

"mutant hamster" - too funny - mom keeps calling Silver the "hamster" he is adorable!!

~*Connie*~ said...

I too like the "mutant hamster" comment.. :)

and of course we have the inclination to watch a 40 second video of cuteness.. :)

So glad things are going well.

KARLAVAGNEN said...

oooh... Totally totally adorable... Such a wee little kitten!!! And now I know the meaning of kitten glop! ;-)

meowmeowmans said...

That is almost too much cute! I feel a little woozy. :)

Thank you so much for stopping by to wish the mom a happy birthday! we all had a nice time celebrating this weekend.

Tillie and Georgia said...

Oh goodness!!!!!!!!
That baby kitty sure looks like a survivor!!!! What a cutie :)
Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
Tiger,Treasure and JJ

Luxington said...

We just caught up on all of the posts about the baby! Very cute. Purrs to you!

KARLAVAGNEN said...

http://josephinesworld.blogg.no/

I can recommend you the story (in english) of an English lady in Norway who also saved a wee kitten Rosie, and their expriences...