July 5, 2015, a peaceful Sunday at home with the cats. Watching Tour de France, then some classical music videos, while my dear Lotto and her three kittens are on my table.
An ordinary Saturday with the kitties… well, maybe not that ordinary. Because today the Tour de France started with a prologue. Allez, allez!
During the pregnancy and after the birth, the greatest fear that I have was the “Fading Kitten Syndrome”. But I was lucky. All the five kittens grew well and healthy, and they all became happy and playful kitties. But what does that syndrome mean?
After returning from the Turkish National Cycling Championships in Karaman (my team became the Turkish National Champion in Master B category – over 40 year old), I spent an evening with the cats. I really missed them when am a thousand kilometer away. I think they missed me too.
Lotto is a great mother, she is still taking care of and nursing her almost 3-month-old kittens.
Today we played ball with the kitties. Then they got tired and I took some photos.
My dear Lotto is a wonderful mother. She is still nursing her kittens and taking care of them. Today, again, she breastfed the tabbies. I took some photos of them, after the nursing.
See how sleeps my cute little girl, my love, Lotto. She sometimes sleeps in really funny positions, and sometimes with her tongue out.
On May 30, the white-feet tabby (number two, a male) returned back home. He was adopted by a young girl and her family on May 19, 2015, but it turned out the girl has developed allergy for cats. So they brought the kitten back.
Number four and five of Lotto’s kittens, are two twin tabbies, and I am sure they are both from the same father. They really look like each other. Number four is a female, and the number five is a male.