One sorrel male and one usual female born 22nd July 2008 from Joe x Sienna
(Both reserved.)
 

Sienna had her kittens with no problems again, despite these kittens being much bigger than her last litter. She is proving, yet again, to be a fantastic mum and the kittens are gaining weight rapidly!


Sienna with her three day old babies.

At ten days old, Sienna's kittens are growing very fast and are already catching up with Crystal's kittens who are ten days older!! Both kittens seem to spend much of the day lying on their backs sleeping (in between feeding)!!!!

Sorrel male

Usual female


At nearly three weeks old, Sienna's kittens are still growing very fast. They are now wandering around their kitten box and are starting to look up at the top - they'll probably start thinking about climbing out in a few days!

Sorrel male

Usual female

Cuddling her brother!


At four weeks old, Sienna's kittens are out of their kitten box and starting to chase each other around and playing.

Sorrel male

Usual female


At nearly six weeks old, Sienna's kittens are eating solid food and are spending a lot of the day playing with Crystal's kittens.

Sorrel male

Usual female


At eight weeks old, Sienna's kittens are developing quite strong characters and love to be around people. We have to be really careful not to step on the boy because he curls up next to your feet when he is tired.

Sorrel male in a very strange pose!

Usual female


We have some very sad news about Ruby, the little usual girl. Unfortunately she very suddenly developed interssusception and despite our vet and us acting very quickly, she didn't make it through the operation. We've never experienced interssusception before but it is scary how quickly it can occur - one minute Ruby was playing with her brother and within an hour she was refusing all food and looking very sorry for herself - I hope we never experience it again.

Sienna's sorrel baby boy is now ten weeks old and spends all  his time with Crystal's kittens - his half brothers.

Sorrel male - slightly out of focus as he wouldn't stay still!

 

 

 

Contact details

Debbie Dixon
01206 845776

crystalpaws@crystalcats.co.uk