Evolene & Corsica – Pregnant Ferals – Join the #KittenWatch

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We were concerned the first time we saw Evolene. It was just a few days after we had begun feeding a new feral cat colony on a farm that has become a dumping ground for unwanted cats and kittens.

We thought Evolene was born feral until she was in our care for a few days and to our delight, transformed into the sweetest, purriest little girl. We now believe it’s likely Evolene was Ginger Zero to be dumped at the farm, and reverted to the wild while giving birth to litter after litter of kittens over the years.

Evolene needed help because she was alarmingly emaciated with a large bulging belly. She had several other strange symptoms that could be potentially fatal to her babies, and she had severe dental disease. I was initally concerned she might be too unhealthy to sustain a healthy pregnancy, but seeing such a dramatic change in her during her first week in our care has been VERY encouraging.

By the end of the first week, Evolene was a different cat. She had gained almost a pound, and is able to eat canned food much more comfortably than whatever she had been scrounging up at the farm. I believe the pain from her dental disease made it impossible for her get enough nutrition, and now that she is chowing down 3 large cans of food every day, her babies will have the nutrition they need to make up for lost time.

I’m hopeful we brought her in just in time to turn things around and get her final litter of kittens healthy. Mom and babies will all be spayed/neutered and adopted into loving homes.

Corsica came from the same colony as Evolene, and is around 4 years old. She is due around the same time as Evolene, and so far seems quite healthy.

We will broadcast the birth of their kittens LIVE and uncensored to provide a learning opportunity for kids with their parents, and anyone else who wishes to witness the “miracle of birth” without bringing more kittens into the world.

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