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Tuesday, 19 July 2011

She's done it again!


Do you remember last year?  I was lying in bed with a splitting headache when right in front of my nose Rooney, our semi-feral cat dropped two kittens.  She did it again!  Not right in front of my nose, she only brought them after a few days, when their eyes were already open.

So anyone wantong a sweet little kitten... or can help us get Rooney neutered once she's finished suckling these little terrors, pleeeease come forward!


In other news, Shaun and Molly from Texas have moved on after leaving our caravan enriched by this little piece of artwork:


... and they have been replaced by Einav and Yotam from Israel who are busy weeding and building a compost toilet:


8 comments:

Mr. H. said...

What a summer you are having, and so many visitors, such a grand experience for everyone. And those cats...yikes, best of luck with that issue.

Stefaneener said...

Nice time with visitors. Good luck with the cats - that's a tough situation without easy neutering.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Oh dear, at least it is only two, cats often have much larger litters but maybe not feral ones.

Heiko said...

Mr.H, a busy and exciting summer indeed. Unfortunately due to the loss of topsoil our harvests are down on previous years.

Stefani, thanks, we're obviously just too soft and word goes around the cat population...

LindyLou, actually it's 3 and although I just noticed I've written two above, it was 3 last year too! Her sister dropped 5 on us last year, but only one survived.

Ohiofarmgirl said...

yay kittens! but you know us... we are at maximum CAT-pacity here...
;-)

Heiko said...

Ohio, while they are still nice and light I'll stick a stamp on one of them and send it your way... :)

Angela said...

At least you won`t have to bother with mice and rats! Our cat would bite a rat dead in one attempt! She lived up to age 19, by the way... But in fact, we had her operated at an early age. It pays, I tell you. Cheers to your industrious helpers, and to you, of course! Your co-gardeneer Angela

Catherine X said...

So cute! I wish we could, but the rabbits are bit anti-social!