I took a soothing nature walk today and conversed with someone about conspiracies regarding how the government kills off people who know too much and how the moon landing was fake because the US just wanted to win the space race. And a soothing nature walk 🌳🛸.
Well. Sometimes you take your foster kittens into the shelter for their vaccines and you come home with a PREGNANT CAT. This is Hazel. She and her kittens were surrendered to a local shelter for adoption, and Hazel was already pregnant again. Cats can become pregnant one week after delivery if they are not kept indoors and away from intact males. Her kittens were adopted out, and Hazel was transferred to Purrfect Pals for fostering. Although she’s not very big, I can feel kitten movement, and her milk is in. So, she could deliver within two weeks or while you’re reading this or anytime in between. Hazel has light cream/peach tabby markings on her sides and tails, and white patches on her neck and tummy. I’m hoping for some graybies!! Follow for more @CoolestKitties #cat#kitten#catgy#catsofinstagram#cats#instacat#catlover#ilovemycat#instakitten#lovecats#lovekitties#kitten#kitties#mycat Photo via @foster_kittens