After not seeing Beep Beep’s kittens for a while, I began to think she had moved them again.
I was right.
This morning, I caught some movement out our bedroom window and saw Beep Beep in one of the big maples by the old garden shed. I called my husband’s attention to her, and that’s when he spotted a kitten!
The tuxedo was up in the tree, too!
So when I went to feed the outside cats, I brought food over to where Butterscotch’s kittens are, then left some for Beep Bee’s kittens, in front of the garden shed.
Then I waited.
I also got video. It’s uploading right now and taking a while, so I might not have a chance to post it before I head into the city for our big grocery stock up trip.
So here are some stills for now.
I sat at the picnic table, and Beep Beep came to say hello. 🙂
She was torn between demanding pets, and checking out the bowl I use to carry the kitty kibble.
Rolando Moon also showed up.
Oh, she’s a mean one! She hisses at the other cats and bats at them fairly regularly, which I normally don’t interfere with, but when she starts hissing at the kittens, I step in!
So she went over towards the garden area and began rolling in the dirt next to a gooseberry bush.
While taking video, I was very surprised to see an orange kitten come out!
Now I need to figure out; is this Beep Beep’s mystery third kitten? Or did one of Butterscotch’s babies come to visit?
Butterscotch had come over, too, and I started to see her kittens coming closer, too. Including her teeny tabby.
So if the teeny tabby is adventuring this far out from where Butterscotch has put them, the bigger one is certainly able to go right in.
There are so few distinguishing characteristics, it’s hard to say.
The tuxedo did not come out at all while I was outside.
Oh, they are so cute!!