Lets Share Our Pets! Heres the baby!

    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 9:09 am

      6 weeks ago I heard something under my laundry room crying. Went out and looked under our house and found an abandoned kitten that had just opened her eyes. Scared me at first because I thought it was a rat. Brought her in the house when I realized she had no mommy around. Now I am mommy! She does not want to give up her bottle and gives me a fit everyday wanting milk milk in bolly!
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    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 9:14 am




    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 9:20 am

      She was so tiny that I actually did not think she would make it! Thanks to research online, it gave ways to raise and bottle feed babies. It was every two hours feeding the first week, with patting her bottom with wet wipes to stimulate her bladder and bowels. Then after feeding you had to burp her like a regular baby. So I feel like I had a new born baby around for a while. It was touch and go at first not sure if she would survive without a mother. But she liked what I was doing and now am her adopted mommy. She is eating food now but at least once a day throws a temper tantrum and want her bottle! Having a time trying to wean her from the bottle. She sleeps under my neck in my hair every night and is so loving. Hope this made a smile on someone’s face today!

    • August 12, 2008 at 11:11 am

      How touching is that story!!! It must feel good to be so needed. Have fun with the new kitty!
      Dawn Kevies mom

    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 11:43 am

      How cute, Linda. I wished we could have a cat but Carol is terribly allergic to them.

    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 3:21 pm

      Dear Linda!

      What a super-sweet baby cat!! I love the picture, especially the one where she holds on to the bottle with all four paws.

      My Mosse was six months when we finally took her home, but the first time I saw her she was quite small, but she lookedd perfectly like the Egyptian cat godess “Bast”. Unfortunately I don’t have any picture of her at that age, but she never grew to normal Abyssinian size, so she still looks like she’s just a big kitten (she’s 9 1\2 years by now):


    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 3:23 pm

      Ohh! The person with the black hairy arms is my husband holding the baby and feeding her. He always get’s a good tan in the summer time. His hands look dirty but he is an Auto Mechanic and works for Madza Alliance Kia. So when he comes home from work the grease even cleaning his arms and hands just stay there. I would have placed me and my husband in the photo’s but I had my nightgown on and he had his shirt off! LOL! We surely don’t want any sexy photo’s on the site! 😀 That would not be proper now would it! Off course I surely am not a beauty queen though and that night I looked like Hag Mrytle! My husband on the other hand. I would rather show him fully clothed. He’s too handsome for me to show on the site with his shirt off. The women in here might want his phone number! LOL! 😀

    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 3:31 pm

      Wow! You cat does look like Egyptian. She’s beautiful! My and my husband have 10 cats total. All were abandoned or neglected. We had a barn in our backyard that we rebuilt and placed heat and air conditioning in with a screened in porch. We have two cats per week come inside our home and give them special attention. The others during the week get fed and we sit on the porch and give them loving and attention. I love my babies! They are really affectionate! But can’t have 10 inside my home. All have been fixed so they can’t have babies. I hate when people abandon their pets or throw them out. Where I live it happens quite often. The SPCA in my area this time of year end up killing hundreds of them because of neglect. Mine are not neglected! More spoiled and think they are human!

    • Anonymous
      August 12, 2008 at 10:15 pm

      This is Tater. We found him on the side of the road in very bad shape. A quick trip to the vet solved that problem. My daughter took him back to Atlanta and has found a very good home for him.


    • Anonymous
      August 13, 2008 at 7:35 am

      Poor Tator! I am so glad he got found a good home. He looks like he is a small dog in the photo. How cute though sitting there sleeping. Thanks for sharing Jim!

    • Anonymous
      August 13, 2008 at 9:21 am

      Linda, Tater was only six weeks old when we found him. I think he will grow up to be 30-40 lbs.