Anybody? Anybody at all? Well ok! First, let me explain how they got here...When a mommy kitty and a daddy kitty love eachother very much...Nah, just kidding :P Anyways, so a while ago, a stray momma cat had her kittens and then she died (she was very small though, but she was fully grown), so we took care of them and raised them. All 3 kittens got her small size, even though they were fully grown. But there was a special kitten whom I named Mr. No Tooth. Can anybody guess why? Yep. He didn't develop teeth until recently. And he's fully grown. Anyways, all the kittens we raised ended up hating humans, so pretty much being strays but eating our food. Including Mr. No Tooth. The other 2 cats out of the litter died, leaving Mr No Tooth...We always thought he was a boy, but we could never get close enough to him to check because he was the most scared of them all (he will run away if you even look at him pretty much.) Well, I was watching TV the other day, and all the sudden I saw this teeny tiny tail go past...My first thought was "...Is that a kitten?" but I shook it off because we didn't have any males...Then I saw 3 little kittens going around and following Mr. No Tooth...So, it turns out, Mr. No Tooth is actually a Mrs. No Tooth... And before you say we are irresponsible breeders or something like that...We aren't breeders and like I said, Mr No Tooth was a stray and we could never catch him to get him fixed. Plus we have a HUGE stray male cat population at our house. So, welcome our newest additions! I'm keeping the spotted one. The spotted and the gray don't have names, but I decided to name the black one Tux because it looks like he's wearing a Tuxedo
Playing with momma...I hope we can catch her to get her fixed, I don't want her having kittens with how small she is.
I was watching this TV show about cats and it said that cats are only marginally domesticated, even after all these years with Man. They said that to make a kitten a good domestic cat, it must be socialized before 8 weeks of age.