RESCUE CAT CLOVELLY & her 4 Aussie Beach Kittens

Kitten O’Clock is a foster mum in Sydney, Australia, providing medical care and socialisation to rescue cats and kittens until they can be adopted into loving homes.  
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 CLOVELLY & HER BEACH BABIES 

Clovelly is thought to be 8-9 months old, and dumped at a stray colony in western Sydney. She was rescued January 6th, and had her 4 kittens at her rescuers home on January 7th, 2020.

They arrived at Kitten O’Clock on Thursday, 8th January.

This is Clovelly’s first litter of kittens. We think she was a pet, as she is very affectionate and friendly, but is still learning the ropes at being an attentive mum. She’s learning fast though, and her babies are all gaining, despite being premature with low birth weights. 

 KITTENS
Her four kittens (sexes to be determined) are named:

Tuxie – Avalon 

Yellow collar  – Bondi

Blue collar – Bells

Green collar – Reef 

 Weight chart: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1FPzfDt6J8AtObzMqTL79pOp4veeZXjYRD1CGDk28bMc/edit?usp=sharing

 Shared Google album: https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipP-mAv7z3kq990500yz4sCGwLN-_o2gjW3OrDQFGYO3VULl4DuONGuzguyjxvU3kg?key=NlEtclNOaTNjeXZ4YXF6U1ozUEJsc3hNejU0elF3

Jayne Taylor

Jayne started out as a veterinary nurse before she had her son, Joshua, and later her daughter Lily. Jayne is a passionate cat lover and has two fur-babies in Max and Silky. She admits to have a particular soft spot for russian blue cats and says she does her best not to make Max jealous when she pays special attention to Silky her russian blue. While Jayne was on maternity leave she noticed it wasn't easy to find the information she wanted about her beloved animal so she decided to start Cat Informer!

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