Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Nearly Naked Kitty Belly!

A few days ago, the girls paid a visit to the Northwest Spay and Neuter Center to have their itty-bitty bits removed.  They came home a little groggy, napped most of the evening,  and by the end of the night it was like the day's events had never happened.  They do bounce back quickly!


All the Kibblesmiths are healing nicely,  and their once-naked bellies are starting to fill back in with fur.

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You'll be happy to know that dear Delphine and sister Maeve met their daddy last night!  They'll be with a us few more days while he prepares for their arrival.  Sweet Evie has left the nest and we'll share all of their departure tales next week.

So, we just have a little bit time left with these fabulous girls.  I will savor these moments with this very special set.

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15 comments:

  1. I've been coming here for years but I never get tired of hearing that each litter has been adopted. I look forward to hearing about their new Daddy.

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  2. Daddy? Man, I love a guy who loves cats!!!

    Patti in KY

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  3. I'm so glad the girls got a forever home together!
    On bare bellies - my big fella is very short haired and in the hot summer months he gets very sparse on his abdomen. With his recent migration we went from hot summer to cold winter and I swear I could hear his belly fluff growing

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  4. Guys think they can attract a girl if they have a dog- they should try having a kitten! Every time I read of the little kitties leaving your nest, I am sad to see them go. But then we get to read the story of where they went AND every year, you give people a chance to let us see them as grown cats. I hope their new owners keep in touch!

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  5. So happy to see little Delphine! She's going to be a gorgeous lady when she grows up.

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  6. So,so glad to see both girls found a home together with a kitty loving Dad! Sad to see them go, such sweeties - all 3 of the Kibblesmiths! They can be proud of their performance in the FUN-draiser :)

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  7. Glad to hear all the Kibblesmith Ladies have found homes. Looking forward to their tales and updates!

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  8. Yay for happy adoption tales! I can hardly wait to hear about the next stage of adventure for the Kibblesmiths. And of course I'm glad to hear that their spay surgeries went well.

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  9. I keep looking at those back rabbit feet she is going to be a biggy! lovely kitten will have a lovely home

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  10. I'm sure the girls will be a delight to their new families. You do a great job, Jo x

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  11. Kudos for all you do for the itty bitty kittehs, they all look so healthy and happy!!!! How wonderful they all have happy homes to go to, all cats deserve that..I applaud all you do to save them and your nuture them, your girls Wylla and Miss Bean are the sweetest kitty cats I have ever seen anywhere, it must be cause of all the loving and attention you give generously, plus Miss Wylla and Miss Charlene Butterbean are great ambassadors for anyone thinking of adopting a kitty cat..they are so regal both of them, calm and intelligence, I LOVE YOUR BLOG, ciao!

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