Kittens in the House

After I spoke with the gentleman about getting help for the kittens he told me that he would take them to a local clinic if I could catch them. When my son finally got home from his weekend trip, he went under the house and discovered there were actually four kittens under the house.

One by one he passed them out to me through the hole in the foundation. All but one. One of the four has some vision and ran off out of reach under the house. I carried the box of three into the house and tried to figure out how to get number four. Finally I opened a can of chicken and divided it into several of the plates outside. I sat on the steps and waited. Obviously all of the cats knew something was going on and they were all on edge. I finally moved inside and began doing some things inside to give the cats time to become less nervous. I carried a bag of trash out past my son’s camper to the trailer and as I returned I told him what I had done. Both of us walked around the corner of the house to watch.

When the kitten finally came out and moved slightly away from the wall my son made his move. He managed to catch the kitten before it got back under the house and I carried it inside to join its siblings. When they were all together they have been very calm. When I placed a plate of food in the box they tore into it as if starved.

Currently they are safe in a larger container, lined with old towels and covered with a screen to keep them safely tucked inside. They are in a room that is not used, safely behind a closed door. If all goes without any problems the gentleman should be here tomorrow. He is bringing me something better to keep the kittens in, and maybe mom if I can get her inside. She won’t like it but it would also make it easier to get her fixed. I’m hoping I understood him correctly that he will take the kittens tomorrow, but it may be later in the week. Either way, I know they are safe inside and not at the mercies of any predator that may show or bad weather.

They may not be able to see, or see well, but they are all cute as can be.


About rebecca s revels

A writer, a photographer, a cancer survivor. An adventurer of the mild kind, a lover of the simple pleasures such as long walks and chocolate. A Christian unashamed of my faith and a friend who is dependable and will encourage readily. Author of three self published books with more waiting to find their way to paper. An advocate of good things, a fighter against wrongs.
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11 Responses to Kittens in the House

  1. John says:

    Awwww! You guys are so sweet, Rebecca! I hope this fella does come tomorrow for these little cuties. ☺️❤️

  2. Re-Farmer says:

    Hhhmmm. WordPress seems to be messing with me. I have been catching up on blogs recently, and I know I read this post, hit the like button, but apparently not? I also haven’t been receiving notifications for many of your posts!

    I’m glad you were able to catch the babies. I look forward to reading your posts on their progress!

    • Recently I noticed that I wasn’t getting any notifications. For some reason, every one of the was being sent to my spam folder. Why, I have no idea. I had to go through each one and identify them as ‘not spam’. I still think some I used to see I no longer do.

      • Re-Farmer says:

        I didn’t even think to check the spam folder. So I just did. I found two posts in there that weren’t spam, from two different bloggers, but that’s it. Weird! I’ve heard from other bloggers that they’ve had troubles, including comments from people saying the were unsubbed from following, and comments not being published, and the author not knowing why. WP has definite issues.

      • I guess no one is fully immune to issues. Its one reason I save a copy of everything I post, just in case.

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