The kittens were in desperate need of some extra TLC (which they immediately received from our wonderful kennel techs). And fortunately for them, one of our fantastic foster mothers took them home with her on May 20th and continued their medications and care. The kitten had eye infections which had not been treated. Their eyes are looking much better these days thanks to regular care and antibiotics, but some of them may have permanently impaired vision. Blackberry appears to have limited vision in her right eye.
Blackberry has a black medium smooth coat with beautiful silver highlights, a long tail, and an adorable kitten face. She is an affectionate little girl who loves her brothers, and she has them (and her foster mother) wrapped around her cute kitten paws :)
Blackberry was given vaccinations and wormer on May 19, 2017 and booster vaccines on June 10, 2017.
Her foster mother brought Blackberry back for these updated photos on July 1, 2017. She weighed 2.6 lbs. on that date and will be spayed in the near future in anticipation of finding a home of her very own.
UPDATE: Blackberry was spayed on July 19, 2017 and was also given rabies vaccine. She weighed 3.8 lbs. on that date.
We would love to see these youngsters adopted in pairs :)
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