Rescued pregnant Kitty Harlequin – Kitten Watch!

Share it with your friends Like

Thanks! Share it with your friends!

Pin It

Join us for #KittenWatch – Harlequin was rescued by a veterinarian who happened to hear her little meows coming from a taped up box, next to recycling bins, in an alley. He took her back to his office and after taking an x-ray confirmed that Harlequin is pregnant and she is due to give birth in the next week. He reached out to for help and she is now being fostered by Sarah at the Kitten Cuddle Room until she & her kittens are adopted.
She is around 9 months old, weighs 7.14lbs and we are expecting 4 or 5 kittens.
She is SUPER sweet and very floofy! Once Harlequins kittens are at least 8 weeks old & 2lbs, they will be spayed/neutered and available for adoption, as will she!
You can see pictures at
Watch from birth to adoption! Maybe adopt them into your home & heart!
Kittens are adopted in Pairs, unless there is already a super friendly cat already in the home. But applications for pairs will be given priority.
*THE KITTEN NAMING will happen AFTER the kittens are born & Sarah will announce a time to tune in for how to participate.

*******CHAT RULES*******
1. DON’T be mean. We joke & can be a bit sarcastic at times, but no bullying.
2. NO Spamming
3. NO overuse of emojis. Stick to 4 or less especially during a live birth.
4. NO CAPITALS, except for our chatters who are CCing for our hearing impaired members.
**** Especially during a live birth. If chat is going too fast, it makes it impossible for anyone who needs CCing to read it.
5. BEFORE asking a question, please scroll back in chat a bit & check if it’s already been asked & answered. It helps to keep Sarah from having to repeat herself every five minutes.
6. DURING A LIVE BIRTH, please assume Sarah is NOT READING THE CHAT. If she can, she will, but asking her direct questions or things like, “move the camera” will most likely not be seen by her & just make chat unnecessarily clogged. Many questions can be answered by your fellow viewers, so please feel free to ask, but again, FIRST scroll back in chat & check if it’s been answered already.
7. This is REAL LIFE FOSTERING. Uncensored. Along with all the cuteness & cuddles, there is poop, sometimes worms, throw up, illness & sadly kittens can pass away.
If that is too much for you, we understand. Instead of upsetting the other viewers, please just excuse yourself. That doesn’t mean you can’t share concern or ask questions, but Sarah is an experienced foster, has lots of experienced support watching & helping her behind the scenes & unless you are a local licensed vet in Los Angeles who wants to offer your services for free, it doesn’t help to make judgments without all the information.
8. PLEASE don’t suggest to Sarah that she should keep her fosters. It is hard enough for her to let them go. She already has 4 of her own cats & caring for cats is not only about cuddling. She has no more space in her small home & regular vet care can be expensive, especially dental! (darn it Rob!!!!)
The goal is to help support Sarah, not only with kitty supplies
but also emotionally. That means not making adopting out these kitties she loves any harder than it already is. ?


Write a comment