|Prince the oldest. He is teaching the kittens how to hunt.|
|Nap time on one of the 100 degree days.|
Keke, Peach and Charcoal.
|this is discovery, napping on the feed when it was hot.|
|discovery hiding from me...|
|Mrs. E, they love the feed to sleep on.|
|One of our two Leopard cats.|
|Mrs. E again. I couldn't resist.|
|Smoke, my little baby!|
|Lola, the smallest of them all.|
|Keke the trouble maker.|
|Peach, she's the lap kat who likes her belly rubbed.|
So we when we went to check on one of our donor cows we asked Mr. Newman if he wanted to get rid of a few. So we came home with 6. Sadly our dogs are not friendly to cats and we lost one within a week. Then we went to get feed our feed lady had 3 cages full. So we came home with another 6. And then we got 2 from the vet clinic that needed a home. And then we lost another to the dogs. And it wasn't even the outside dogs. It was one of the house dogs. The kids have named each and every one. And they are not so scared of everything in and out of the barn.
It's been a few weeks and everyone is getting along nicely now. We just have to watch the boxer. She's too rough with the kittens. But they come when you rattle the feed scoop to be fed. They are leaving the barn to investigate the other 3 barns. And are growing by leaps and bounds. And the best part is we have noticed a decrease in the mice and birds in the barns.