Siberian kitten Nuri at 15 weeks old at her new home, 30 July 2017
It’s been a bittersweet few days at Seacliffe Siberians as we farewell the N kittens. But, as usual, they’ve gone to wonderful, loving homes. And we’ve enjoyed getting photos, such as this one of Nuri, focused on Da Bird toy.
Nuri now lives with Jan and her family in Auckland.
Also this week, we have begun allergen testing the O Litter. If all goes according to schedule, we should have results late next week.
I may be showing my age, but I think they used to call this break dancing? It’s Siberian kitten Lexi (ex Ksenia) on Danny and Lucy’s kitchen floor. Apparently she’s not usually allowed into the kitchen, but she was so cute they had to grab the camera.
If you’ve been following closely, you’ll know that we have two litters of Siberian kittens: the five N Litter babies and the four from the O Litter. Plus there are the five adult breeding cats.
So that’s 14 mouths to feed. The adults get fed three times a day and the kittens four times.
The kittens aren’t too picky but each of the adults has foods they like and a few they don’t.
So we have a matrix chart showing which food goes to which bowl. Then it’s time to deliver the meals to all corners of the house (not forgetting the dry food top-ups as well) before washing up and getting ready to do it all again.
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