Made October 17, 2011,
this is the October 9 litter at 8 weeks.
Of course, we had to keep them until they were old enough
to be spayed and neutered before they go out to the farm -
which meant the middle of January, 2012.
Needless to say, they went nowhere since we gave them names -
Blackie, Jr, Arabella, Amelia, Lindberg, Doolittle, and Jacqueline ("Jackie").
Made October 9, 2011, this is a litter of six kittens
when they were about 7 weeks old.
These are kittens born to a mother cat that belonged to a neighbor.
They were in a pasteboard box on her front porch.
As soon as they were weaned, the mother cat moved them to our back yard.
The neighbor couldn't take the kittens in, so we kept them -
with the intention of re-locating them to the same farm
that houses the re-located ferals from the State Museum.
(yea...right...they're going to the Farm...)
A 2011 video of the feral colony maintained by Cheezefriend "Straycatz".
She has four in her colony at her home in Georgia.
They are Eeny (Eeny Bean), Meeny (Sphinxy),
Miney (Money Boy), and Moe (Lil Moe).
When she saw the story of our colony at the State Museum,
she asked if I could pull together a video of her colony.
She sent me the disc from her camcorder as well as a few still photos
and this is the result.
What, you may ask, is a "Cheezefriend"?
She is one of several folks I've met at a humor site called ICanHasCheezeburger.com.
The site has pictures of cats with funny captions and has
a growing social network of people who like cats.
It is also responsible for perpetuating
a type of pidgin language called LOLSpeak -
a language believed to be spoken by LOLCats.
The Bible is currently being translated into LOLSpeak
by the LOLCat Bible Translation Project.
City of Cayce House of Cats
1914 Memorial Drive
Cayce, SC 29033-1519
Phone: (803) 603-3385