Tia's First Litter

 

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Tia's First Litter

 

 

One black silver male, one usual male, one black silver female and one sorrel silver female and born 28th June 2015 from Crystalpaws Frodo Baggins (Frodo) x Crystalpaws Tia Maria (Tia)
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Tia gave us quite a surprise as she wasn't due for a couple of days. I was woken up in the early hours by a kitten screaming! I jumped up and found Tia in her bed looking at a completely clean kitten outside of her bed. She looked at me as if to say 'how do I get it in my bed?'. I put it with her and she very shortly had another kitten. She then rested for an hour before the others were born. She was very good having her babies and needed very little assistance. Tia was a little unsure at first but she is being a fantastic mum.


Two days old


At one week old, Tia's kittens have all doubled their birthweight. They are just beginning to open their eyes. The little sorrel silver girl was very lively when I was trying to take her picture and she kept moving.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At two weeks old, Tia's kittens all have their eyes open and are really starting to find their feet. They seem to enjoy being cuddled and are quite happy to just curl up in our hands.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At three weeks old, Tia's kittens are much more mobile and are out of their kitten box. They are enjoying the space in their kitten pen, so they can start chasing each other.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At four weeks old, Tia's kittens are starting to look much more grown up. They have all started to tuck into their mum's food. They will soon be moving downstairs to spend time with the older kittens and to get used to all the usual comings and goings of a busy household.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At five weeks old, Tia and her kittens have all moved downstairs and they are enjoying spending time with Mystique and Coco's kittens. They are all eating solid food now.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At six weeks old, Tia's kittens are now just as good at climbing and play fighting as Coco's kittens. I have had to put red dots in their ears, so that everybody in our house can tell them apart from Coco's kittens as they are quite big now:-)
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At seven weeks old, Tia's kittens were being really playful when I tried to take their pictures. The sorrel silver girl took several attempts to get a picture in focus - the one I did get is a bit over exposed from the flash.
 

Black silver male

Usual male - in the same bed as last week;-)

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At eight weeks old, Tia's kittens are getting really big. They are almost the same size as Coco's kittens, despite Coco's kittens being over two weeks older. These all seem to be very laid back, cuddly kittens.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At nine weeks old, Tia's kittens are now spending very little time with Tia. They will be having their first vaccinations tomorrow.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At ten weeks old, Tia's kittens have had their first vaccinations and vet checks. They were all very well behaved and a couple of them even purred the whole of the way through.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At eleven weeks old, Tia's kittens are getting really big. Their personalities are really coming out now that Coco's kittens have gone to their new homes. They have all become really purry:-)
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female


At twelve weeks old, Tia's kittens are having second vaccinations, microchip and vet checks tomorrow, so will soon be going off to their new homes.
 

Black silver male

Usual male

Black silver female

Sorrel silver female

 


 

Contact details

Debbie Dixon
01206 845776

crystalpaws@crystalcats.co.uk

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