Black-footed Cat kittens born!!

divanov17Diva gave birth…. and this time for real!!!! As you know this little black-footed cat lady had us all fooled once before. After that we all were in doubt if she “just” turned fat or if she still would be pregnant, though her shape was still a sign to hope for the last option.

At CCT they even had her and Blacky separated for a while to check upon her, what she is eating and how her faeces looked. The past few days she didn’t eat well. This morning she was found under a log and in the afternoon she didn’t seem to have moved, looking rather worn out.
Then suddenly there was something visible next to her, 2 or possibly 3 kittens. Of course it’s early days yet and the first litter of Diva, so the first days are very essential to give her a lot of rest and a  stressfree start as a mother. Fingers crossed all will be fine and they are all healthy. Like Beauty’s girl BIBI who is still doing great, 7 weeks now.

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