Got this on another post and it really deserves its' own post since cute, cuddly, kittens should always find a home. Cats may seem independent but when raised from this stage they often become very attached, so do you. Cooper attached himself to Debbi's throat almost every night until he graduated to her side.
"We found 3 baby stray kittens yesterday. 1 of them was stuck inside our fence. The other two were hanging out in the back of our compost pile. We left them alone thinking that mom would come back, but she has been a no-show. So, they are currently in a tote in our house for now. By the way they are eating, apparently they were abandoned for a while. But we cannot keep them since our daughter is allergic and our dogs aren't too thrilled with them. We are guessing they are about 3wks old because they are just now getting their teeth.
The Bedford County Animal Shelter is swamped with cats, so that may not an option for us.
If anyone would be interested in coming and taking these sweethearts, please let me know.
I'm not sure on the sex of them (we are dog people and have never owned a cat). But one is gray, one is black, and one is cream colored. They have no problem being handled."
We've since tentatively identified "The cream and the gray kittens are little boys. And the black one is the only girl."
For some reason I could not copy the links so go here and scroll down to the post. Those links work. http://www.t-g.com/blogs/stevemills/entry/53477
Send your interest to Steve@mybedfordcounty.com and I will get you together.