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Husband's family wound up with a feral kitty in their garage that gave birth to 6 kittens. After losing my last baby, I was hesitant to get another pet and it took me 5 years to get over losing him (CeeCee - R.I.P). Husband talked me into taking three of the kittens. Due to their age, we waited until they were old enough and I spent the time researching litter boxes, food, toys, treats, etc. Once we brought them home, we wound up having to feed them kitten milk for a few weeks then solid food. They quickly became our furry babies and have taken over the house. They get only the best food (both wet and dry), fresh bottled water every 24 hours, treats, and doctor visits once a year, every year. After 6 years, they are still my furry babies who are much loved and they know it. Life would not be half as good without them. I would have taken more but am very aware of my limits and the care I can provide. Besides, these babies don't like other pets unfortunately. Regal (top left) and Jester (bottom center) are the girls, Slinky (top right) is male. They love to hang out with us so we have kitty beds and toys in almost every room along with food and water. All have been vaccinated and neutered/spayed. Always make sure you can care for your pets properly with food, water, any possible veterinary visits if needed and lots of affection. We love on the babies every day with petting, playtime and conversation (yes we speak CAT-onese).
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