I was so busy when the new baby kittens came here that I didn't get a chance to post pictures. So, now I'm catching up.
These kittens were ferals found up in the hillsides of Royal Oaks on the border of Santa Cruz County California, when they were about five weeks old and nurtured for a month before I met them in the bathroom of my friend Patty, who I had visited for a Memorial day get together.
Patty had the turned her bathroom into the "Kitten Nursery and Infirmary". As guests arrived we were invited to view the kittens. The moment I laid eyes on Pinky, I knew I wanted him. His brother stayed hidden in the shadows. He was a bit of a shy guy.
I once had a kitty like Pinky when I was a little girl, and here was my opportunity to take this one home. As it turned out, I took them both. They were so young and it seemed a crime to separate them.
I found it very difficult to get good pictures of them. So tiny. The light in my bathroom was less than ideal, and I just didn't want to use the flash on their little baby blue eyes. Therefore the blurry pictures.
Photos taken on May 30, 2012
These are the feral kittens, Pinky and Shadow.
Shadow on the left seems quite scared.
He's not really as tiny as he looks.
They are both the same size.
Shadow yawning while Pinky looks on.
Shadow has longer hair than Pinky.
They both have blue eyes, but Shadow's are changing.