Coco's First Litter

 

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Two lilac females (DNA tested lilac), one lilac (possibly fawn) male and one usual female born 26th June 2011 from Aswani Narnia (Narnia) x Crystalpaws Coco-Noisette (Coco)
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Coco, had her kittens in the early hours. I checked her around 3:30am but when I checked again at 7:00am she had had them!! I thought she had only just started to have them, as there was a kitten who had obviously just been born (and warm) next to her in it's sac and with afterbirth still attached but then I moved the newspaper (which I always put under the blanket) that she had ripped up and found her other kittens!!! I made a quick dash downstairs to put the heated pad in the microwave, grabbed some towels and a dry blanket before finishing drying them all! Coco was looking very confused through all this (it is her first litter) and just kept looking at me as if to say " what has just happened?" I managed to get three of them feeding fairly quickly but the last one born seemed a little reluctant, so I left it with Coco for a little while but it didn't seem able to latch on, so I gave it some Nutridrops and fed it some milk, which she loved, and now she is feeding with others - albeit five hours after being born!! The male is the smallest but he seems to be holding his own against his big sisters! 


1 day old

At one week old, Coco's kittens are doing well and all gaining weight steadily. Coco is a very relaxed mum and is happy to let us handle her babies to weigh and check them.

Lilac male

Usual female

Lilac female

Lilac female


At two weeks old, Coco's kittens have all opened their eyes and are starting to explore their surroundings.

Lilac male

Usual female

Lilac female

Lilac female


At three weeks old, Coco's kittens are starting to chase each other around their kitten box. They are very lively babies and seem to really enjoy being cuddled. They all appear to have inherited their mum's lovely ear tufts!

Lilac male

Usual female - what a cutie!

Lilac female

Lilac female - shouting at the camera!


At nearly five weeks old, Coco's kittens are out of their kitten box and are running around their kitten pen. They are starting to eat some solid food now.

Lilac male

Usual female

Lilac female

Lilac female


At six and a half weeks old, Coco's kittens are all eating really well - the usual female loves dried food but the others all love wet food. They now spend a lot of time chasing each other around the kitchen. I managed to catch them grabbing a nap, so I was able to get some pictures!

Lilac male

Usual female

Lilac female

Lilac female

Bed time!


At eight weeks old, Coco's kittens are very lively and it took me ages to get a picture of one of the lilac females - in the end my step-daughter had to hold her to keep her in one place!

Lilac male

Usual female - she was having a quick nap!

Lilac female

Lilac female


At ten weeks old, Coco's kittens have had their first vaccinations and health checks. They were all very well behaved and took it all in their stride. They were a bit quiet for a day but they have been as lively as ever since!

Mordred

Morgause

Charlotte

Guinevere


At nearly twelve weeks old, Coco's kittens are having a bit of a growth spurt and are suddenly seeming much bigger! they will be going to their new homes next week, so these will be their last pictures here.

Mordred - a very handsome boy!

Morgause - relaxing!

Charlotte - looking sleepy again!

Guinevere - Looking pretty!

 

 

Contact details

Debbie Dixon
01206 845776

crystalpaws@crystalcats.co.uk

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