It's like that with each new litter of foster kittens. Somehow, seeing them start out as tiny, helpless fuzzballs, it's always hard to believe they will ever grow up to be fully grown, independent cats, but it happens every time.
|Put your paws in the air!|
There are other signs. They no longer sleep in one big kitten pile. Now we find them here and there, paired off or sleeping solo. They no longer cry when you pick them up, and some of them are even considering future careers as lap cats.
|Sunstone, just chillin'.|
The good news is: all the kittens AND Mama Opal have already found great homes. :-)
And the bad news is: that means they'll be leaving soon. :-(
|Dinner, family style.|
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