Tick Tock, Tick Tock… Time Running Out for us to Enjoy Jezzie and her Dolls

Our Dolls are Almost Ready for Forever Homes    >^..^<   >^..^   >^..^<   >^..^<

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Jezzie and the Pussycat Dolls underwent spay and neuter surgeries yesterday. It felt as if I had swallowed a bowling ball all day long waiting for the vet’s call to say that they were perfectly, well perfect. In other words, back to normal, minus their reproductive equipment of course.

On pickup, they received a lot of comments regarding their sweet temperament and adorable good looks. I think the vet techs all wanted to take one home with them but, alas, no such luck. Not today anyway. Nevertheless, I was SO proud of our babies that I’m sure to have beamed like the sun with pure delight when I saw those little whiskered faces again, peering out of their carriers at me!

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Which brings me to the topic of this blog…. How am I ever going to say goodbye to our kittens when they leave us? Many of our LIVE CAM fans have expressed similar sadness at the revelation that the Pussycat Dolls; James, Jinx, Domino, and of course their stunning Mama, Jezzie-Belly, will not be with us much longer, making each day just a little bit sweeter. The community as a whole seems to have fallen as much in love with them as I have. I believe they sincerely want, to be absolutely direct, only the BEST for them. The best would entail having their own wonderful humans to love. Humans committed to protecting them, adoring them and providing a warm and inviting lap every single day of their hopefully long, happy lives. And perhaps, if dreams really do come true, they will even be invited onto the huge, soft human bed. A true nirvana for most kitties, or so my own cats tell me.

For now, the Dolls are REALLY happy to be home from the vet, foster or not. They played all night long. I know this because I couldn’t sleep without constantly checking on them. Who could have known that tipping the play towers on their sides would just create a whole new playground to explore? Silly us, we thought that we were discouraging the babies from overdoing it on their first night fresh off the surgery table. I suppose the concept was at least sound in that it kept them closer to the ground and reduced any vertical stretching and pulling that might upset their stitches. Those who watched their initial, seemingly drunken behavior… tossing food across the room, using their water bowl as a kiddie pool, falling all over each other and hanging upside down from their new playground surely enjoyed a hilarious show. Like I said, what am I going to do without my daily kitten fix? Doomed, I am, surely?

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My next post will be about the incredible grace exhibited by our Mama, Jezzie-Belly. She’s been in that playroom for over three months and remained the Madonna of motherhood, patience and affection throughout. Sadly, she’s taking much longer to recover and exhibiting more post-surgery pain than her babies. Yet, she greets me with the grace of a queen each time we visit. I only wish I had that kind of inner beauty. Stay tuned for the final days of Jezzie’s story. Please don’t forget to like the Towncats Facebook Page and support them in any way you can, even if you are unable to adopt one of our kittens or make a small donation. They do great work and Jezzie’s brood is just one of MANY examples. Every thumbs up helps them get noticed and do even more good work. In fact, none of this would have been possible without them. Also, stay tuned to see how things turn out for Jezzie and the Dolls on the Kitty Cat Cam Live Webcam. They really appreciate your support, and so do we!

 

 

Weighing-in Time for Jezzie and the Pussycat Dolls

Our Tiny Furry Felines have Grown SO Big… and SO Strong!

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It’s hard to believe they were wet, shriveled little aliens pushing their way out of the Jezzie-Belly in their individual, aquatic space pods just 9 weeks ago! James, the single boy, wears his fuzzy little tuxedo and debonair beard with unmistakable pride. He appears to fly low throughout the playroom, dive bombing and wreaking havoc on everything and everyone in his midst. He growls deeply at his toys with ample dignity and confidence. Even Sean Connery would be impressed if he could hear our James in action. Of course, he pauses a minute now and then for a tummy tickle and a suck on Mama’s pacifier-covered belly wall, minus the milk buffet unfortunately. A recent vet checkup put him at over 3 pounds. A weighty 007 operative already! That Jezzie juice must have made for some powerful martinis! (See below)

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Jinx, the black female puffball came in second in the kitten weight class at over 2.5 pounds worth of bragging rights. Could it be all that voluminous fur? She seems to have become the most independent of the three kittens. Certainly, a miniature Jezzie under construction with mega sweetness and personality to spare. Our spymaster, James, loves to sneak up on Jinx and tackle her like a soft, fluffy pillow. She gives as good as she gets though and never seems to hold a grudge. She was the first born after all and is obviously determined to set a good example for her younger siblings. (See below)

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Finally, there’s our sleek and brainy little girl, Domino. She lives up to her given name in more than her black and white coloring. She seems to exude intelligence and, like a skillfully played game of Dominos, patience and finesse are abundant in her. She may be the runt of the litter at just over 2 pounds, but she’s quite wily when she needs to be and she never gives up on a fight, as many have witnessed on the live cam recently. She and James streak across carpet like black and white meteors, back and forth, up and down, wherever the chase leads them. Keeping them on screen has often been an impossible challenge over at PTZtv headquarters, I assure you.

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Next week, Jezzie and her Dolls will bravely do their cat duty, facing surgery to have what my 7 year old niece calls their baby-makers removed. In this way, they can continue to grow into the dream pets that each one wants to be, a cherished member of some fortunate family. Of course, Jezzie will go home to her mistress when all is done and will take one of her kittens, I’m thinking Jinxy probably, with her. For a perfect ending, we would love to see James and Domino, our two tuxedos, find a home together to grow old and live in blissful happiness, together always. Sounds like a fairy tale, but worth shooting for, I’m sure you’ll agree.

We’re still waiting for someone local (South Bay Area, CA) to fall for our babies and apply as adoptees. There will be a minimal adoption fee paid to Town Cats of Morgan Hill, but it’s nothing compared to what the veterinary costs would ordinarily be for a medical exam, spay/neuter surgery, blood test, full vaccinations and a locator chip. Town Cats is a non-profit cat rescue organization. Their sole purpose is to find orphan cats great forever homes and I’ve been working with them for some time now. Applicants willing to take two siblings together will be given priority, since we know that bonded kitten pairings, whenever possible, make the best housemates and thrive as family pets. If you would like to provide a home for one or more of our Pussycat Dolls, message us directly on our Kitty Cat Cam Facebook Page or respond in the comment thread of this blog to express your interest.

Lots still happening on the live cam as our kittens finish out their last few weeks with us and prepare to follow their dreams. Don’t miss a minute of it!

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How far we’ve come! Before (above) & After (below).

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Home Sweet Home

Back Home with Jezzie and the Pussycat Dolls

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Well, we’ve been travelling in the UK for some time now, but have rarely left the kitten’s side due to the power of the Internet and PTZtv’s KittyCatCam website. We have to thank our amazing kitten watchers, Gary and Judy, for taking such great care of our tiny foster felines while we were away. It was absolutely nerve wracking to leave them, I’m sure you understand… But unavoidable, nonetheless.

Now that I’m back, I’ve confirmed the sex of our black and white trio of cuteness by comparing notes with our sitter’s examinations. We have, drumroll please… one boy and two girls! Everyone agrees that the longer-haired tuxedo kitten with the debonair white goatee on his chin is the boy. What a relief! I was afraid we might find ourselves with a bearded lady, not that anyone would be able to resist falling in love with her/him anyway.

In honor of our travels in Britain and my husband David’s homeland, I will call the puffy little male tuxedo kitten just mentioned James, as in James Bond. He certainly has the talents and charm to live up to the name. The smaller and sleeker tuxedo girl with the black chin and bent tail will be called Domino. I believe that makes sense since Domino was not only breathtakingly gorgeous in the 007 Bond movie, Thunderball, but she was a brave, dynamic and vengeful force for good when her lover betrayed her and killed her brother in the movie. Now that’s a pussy cat we can all applaud!!! Of course the black and white Domino reference is also hard to resist.

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Lastly, there’s the tiny, all-black puffball who, as those of you who’ve been watching the live cam must agree, is a chip off of the old Jezzie-block. She will be known herewith as Jinx. Jinx was played by the unrivalled actress Halle Berry in the Bond movie, Die Another Day. It’s rumored that cats have nine lives (Die Another Day) and the Jinx character was unlucky in love, just as our pregnant and abandoned Jezzie turned out to be. Therefore, we believe the name will suit her well, for now at least. Not to worry, Jinx was as bold and self-assured as any modern-day Bond girl could hope to be, despite her contrary name. It certainly suits Jezzie’s bold, black vixen of a kitten perfectly.

We’re still waiting for someone local (South Bay Area, CA) to fall for our babies and apply as adoptees. There will be a minimal adoption fee paid to Town Cats of Morgan Hill, but it’s nothing compared to what the veterinary costs would ordinarily be for a medical exam, spay/neuter surgery, blood test, full vaccinations and a locator chip. Town Cats is a non-profit cat rescue organization. Their sole purpose is to find orphan cats great forever homes and I’ve been working with them for some time now. Applicants willing to take two siblings together will be given priority, since we know that bonded kitten pairings, whenever possible, make the best housemates and thrive as family pets. If you would like to provide a home for one or more of our Pussycat Dolls, message us directly on our KittyCatCam Facebook page or respond in the comment thread of this blog to express your interest.

Lots still happening on the live cam as our kittens finish out their last few weeks with us and prepare to follow their dreams. Don’t miss a minute of it!

The Magical Jaw-Dropping Jezzie!

Magic BasketNow you see them… Now you don’t. Oh wait, now you do again!

Our poor Jezzie tried her best to keep the Pussycat Doll kittens trapped safely out of sight in a basket, but those who’ve witnessed their recent escape and joyful frolicking on the live cam, can see they’ve just grown too big to wrangle anymore. It’s amazing how much difference a few days can make! It feels like she did some amazing magic trick. Behold audience… Drop 3 kittens in a pink veiled basket, wait 3 days, and “presto” they magically expand like those grow creatures that inflate in water. I might start calling her “the Magical Jaw-Dropping Jezzie!”

Not only have our tiny Pussycats become huge, but they all have wide open eyes and pointy ears now. Even their tails are becoming somewhat bendy. They stumble around hilariously trying to get their bearings as well as their body coordination under control. How must it feel to carry a massively oversized head around on stumpy little legs that wobble like a weeble until you DO fall down? It doesn’t seem to bother our Dolls. They are loving life, taking full advantage of their newfound space to wrestle and explore, however clumsily.

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Jezzie keeps trying to find a spot nearby to relax alone, but the wily wobblers quickly mange to sniff her out and climb her like a furry rock wall, one with nipples… and a delicious milk buffet! She never becomes annoyed though. “After all,” she says, “who can resist such adorable blue-eyed babies when they wrap their tiny paws around your whiskered face and squeal with happiness, as if to say “”Got you Mom?””

If you haven’t already seen it, visit our Kitty Cat Cam Facebook Page to view the video of the first Pussycat Doll making its daring nighttime escape from the magic basket and finding his Mum’s face for a whisker kiss. Very cute stuff!

Stay tuned for more and watch live as Jezzie and her Pussycat Dolls share their journey toward hope on PTZtv’s live cam page, Kitty Cat Cam. Don’t forget to like Town Cats on Facebook. They’re the wonderful cat rescue organization who will help us when the kittens are ready to find forever homes.

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We All Love Babies, and especially Pussycat Dolls!

Things are quiet these days with Jezzie and the Pussycat Doll kittens on the Kitty Cat Cam. Change is definitely happening, but the kittens must sleep and eat non-stop in order to support their robust physical development, which can be a bit boring for viewers. They are two weeks old now, eyes and ears slowly opening and on the brink of being strong enough to escape the birthing tub that has so far held them captive. Jezzie knows this and is taking her breaks while she can. Alas, soon she will have kitten anarchy on her paws.

Today, I went into the playroom to clean the box and change food bowls, etc. All three kittens seemed to pull themselves up into a true cat-like crouching position and scan the room with their newly opened blue orbs for eyes, as if they perceived my presence even before those gorgeous eyes could locate me. Their concentration was impressive. I watched them in fascination, wondering what goes through such tiny, unsullied, furry minds at this point… fear, curiosity, anticipation, perhaps impatience already? Why do all children, kittens included, seem to be in such a hurry to grow up, and why do we hate it when they do?

It next occurred to me that we now have 80 different countries looking in on the Pussycat Doll kittens via Kitty Cat Cam. Over 20 nationalities have visited the blog and read the Pussycat Doll’s stories, some repeatedly. I can’t help thinking that when it comes to children, meaning helpless, innocent little lives, we are all universally the same. It’s ingrained in our DNA and the reason these messy, squealing, oversize heads and tiny appendages are SO appealing to all animals, human and otherwise. The future hope that they stand for is almost palpable.  I believe it’s the reason we can’t turn away from them, and why a mommy cat will take in an abandoned puppy, or even a human child, to suckle alongside her own kittens.

Some of you may have seen the video clip that I borrowed from the WeLoveCatsandKittens.com community Facebook feed. Amazing! Below, is another video treasure, produced by Funny TV, proving that our love for babies transcends species. In my opinion, our Dolls are an enigma and a blessing, representing a common compassion that binds us all. Here’s hoping that Kitty Cat Cam is bringing the kind of inescapable smiles to viewers that I experience each day while watching over these angels!

Stay tuned for more and watch live as Jezzie and her Pussycat Dolls share their journey toward hope on PTZtv’s live cam page, Kitty Cat Cam. Don’t forget to like Town Cats on Facebook. They’re the wonderful cat rescue organization who will help us when the kittens are ready to find forever homes.

Pussycat Dolls Turn One Week Old!

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Happy Birthday Pussycat Dolls!

Jezzie’s kittens are one week old now. As viewers have noted while watching the live cam, they are getting fatter, fluffier and rowdier by the minute. They are still completely blind and deaf, exploring their new world and its inhabitants entirely through smell. This is about to change! We think they’re going to be longhaired, so they probably won’t open their eyes for another 3-7 days, whereas shorthair kittens do this at 5-8 days of age. When they do open though, it will be amazing to see our Dolls with beautiful, blue orbs shining brightly out of those already adorable faces. They will not be able to see much at this point. But by three weeks old, their natural eye color will have begun to develop slowly, along with the pupil and iris, allowing them to finally get a good look at their mama, Jezzie-Belly. I bet they can’t wait.

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Now, we think their little baby earflaps, still pinned to their heads, are VERY cute. But by three weeks old, the Doll’s ears should also become erect and begin to pick up a little sound. It will take some time for them to orient to this brand new experience. They will begin to look distinctly feline with a cat’s pointy ears and glamorous eyes.

At the same time, three weeks, they will start getting their baby teeth. Ouch! Poor Jezzie will quickly look to begin the weaning process once these tiny barbs start wreaking havoc on her tender nipples, probably by four weeks old. So much excitement to come in the next couple of weeks, don’t you agree? I just wish Jezzie would let me get closer, so I can try and determine the sex of her Pussycat Dolls. We’re dying to find out and even have a bet going at PTZtv. The general consensus is that the two brawlers are boys, and the more considerate kitten is a sweet, little girl. What do we know though? It’ll probably turn out to be entirely the opposite way around! Leave us a comment and let us know what you think. We’ll also need names soon. Can’t keep calling them Bell number 1, 2 and 3. Any ideas?

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Stay tuned for more and watch live as Jezzie and her Pussycat Dolls share their journey toward hope on PTZtv’s live cam page, Kitty Cat Cam.

Don’t forget to like Town Cats on Facebook. They’re the wonderful cat rescue organization who will help us when the kittens are ready to find forever homes.

Credit for kitten development info goes to http://www.angelfire.com/il/kimlance/development.html

Middle Photo: Shelly Roche at TinyKittens.com

Warning: Do Not Try This at Home

Houston, We Have a Problem!

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Jezzie the no-longer-with-Belly Kitty has her three perfect Pussycat Dolls cuddled against her 24/7 these days. It’s apparent that she’s in absolute bliss as she bathes, nurses and protects these lucky kittens! I can almost see the pride flooding out of her over her little miracles. Now, here’s the problem. She has firmly decided to keep them all to herself, for now at least, to the point of forcibly expelling us from the room each time we attempt a visit. We knew by Jezzie’s early behavior that she had a protective nature. But given her welcoming paws during the labor and throughout the night following it, we believed that we were going to be part of the family. “Not true,” says Jezebel.

After doing some research, it became apparent that this post-natal overprotectiveness is very common in most mammals, like our Jezzie, and in many humans too. Jezzie’s cat brain is currently flooded with maternal hormones including prolactin, oxytocin and beta-endorphin. Together, they are triggering a natural “Tiger Mama” effect. This means she can think of NOTHING except the welfare of her kittens, even to the exclusion of her own comfort or self-preservation. I’m guessing more than a few moms watching Jezzie on the Live Cam can relate to her euphoric haze just after delivery.

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Those of us here at Kitty Cat Cam are touched and honored to be fostering a Mama as devoted as Jezzie. However, we hope it doesn’t last too long because we need to be able to tame her Pussycat Dolls if they are going to find loving homes after their weaning.  For now, we’re giving her plenty of space and some time to “cool.” We’re gathering ideas for how to make her feel less vulnerable, such that she will no longer be inclined to protect the whole foster kitten room against the big, bad world, including us! As a brand new Mama, she deserves all the compassion we can give her right now and we’ll continue to stand by her, albeit on the other side of the door at the moment, for as long as she needs us.

Jezzie Love 1The moral of this story is that caring for a mamma cat throughout her pregnancy/delivery and kitten-weaning is not for the light-hearted. It should NEVER be done unless absolutely necessary. Jezzie, as you all know, was left un-spayed and then abandoned by her previous owners. Please spay/neuter all your cats as early as possible, so that they don’t end up bringing more kittens into the world. It sounds like fun, but it’s actually really challenging. Besides, there are far too many out there struggling desperately to find homes. I’m sure most of you will agree that they don’t need more competition.

Keep in mind that cat rescue organizations across the world are looking for foster homes to care for cats and kittens like Jezzie and her Pussycat Dolls during this fast-approaching kitten birthing season. Volunteer if you dare. It’s not a stroll in the park, but it can be extremely rewarding if you’re patient, prepared and your heart is open. Check out volunteer opportunities with Town Cats if you’re in the Northern California area. If you can’t volunteer, support them by donating, adopting or liking them on Facebook. Every little bit helps a lot of deserving felines find hope. Town Cats are the life-savers who will help with Jezzie’s beauties when they’re ready. Follow Jezzie and the Pussycat Doll’s continuing journey and share their challenges by logging into Kitty Cat Cam.

Cat maternity information credited to Dr. Sarah Buckley at https://www.birthinternational.com/articles/birth/16-pain-in-labour

The Spectacular Arrival of Jezzie’s Pussycat Dolls

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Baby 1We knew that helping Jezzie-Belly, our pregnant-no-longer orphan, to give birth would be exciting and perhaps a bit stressful. I don’t think any of us here at Kitty Cat Cam or those out there watching Jezzie’s Live Cam feed realized what an emotional experience it would be to witness innocent little feline lives taking their first breaths in this great big world. Someone told me not to expect them to be pretty as newborns, but they were so much more than that. I think breathtaking is the word I’m looking for here. They were absolutely new and perfect in every way, all three of them, right down to their teeny tiny claws and white whiskers already twitching at completely virgin smells and sounds.

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White paw wrestleLet me tell you how it happened. Jezzie-Belly woke up very restless yesterday, anxious for companionship. She hadn’t eaten her dinner from the night before and completely ignored the bowl of freshly cooked chicken that I brought to her. We knew something was up because Jezzie NEVER turns down a gourmet meal. Next, she was in a trancelike state, begging desperately to have her belly rubbed and wandering all over the room searching intently. Finally, she seemed a bit chilly despite the warm, sunny day outside. All these signs have been noted by feline maternity experts to indicate oncoming labor. So, we got our hot towels, etc. ready and prepared for what we thought might be a long wait. At some point, she disappeared into her tower cubby and then I heard the sounds. Not painful exactly, but sort of like a moaning kind of purr. Her body seemed to go into a spasm, and of course some of you saw the result. One very messy sac of fluid emerged and out popped a black alien.

Now this would have been wonderful, but there was barely enough room in that cubby for Jezzie alone. I feel really terrible for not stuffing a pillow in the hole earlier. She was sitting right on top of this soaking wet, brilliant little creature and trying to turn herself around in the small space so that she could chew the ties no longer needed to sustain the squealing kitten. I knew it wasn’t a good idea to move a queen in labor, but the risks of moving seemed smaller than in leaving her there to crush her miracle. I gingerly lifted her out by her scruff and then put her and baby in the birthing tub… the one we had so naively prepared for her use. She immediately flew to her kitten and started carrying it back to the cubby. The other kittens were already coming so quickly that when I moved her back to the tub, she finally relented. I could practically hear her Live Cam fans exhale as one.

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Anyway, the rest is history. She bathed and arranged her lovely kittens against her tummy with exquisite tenderness and love, purring the whole time. She needed a little help severing the cords between the placenta and the kittens for the last two, but besides that it was, as she puts it, “All Good.” Take a look at recording #4 on the Kitty Cat Cam site if you would like to replay some of the more spectacular moments on video. It made my heart ache while seeing them again… and I couldn’t help wondering what the future will hold for her perfectly breathtaking kittens.

Stay tuned for more and watch live as Jezzie and her Pussycat Dolls share their journey toward hope on PTZtv’s live cam page, Kitty Cat Cam.

Don’t forget to like Town Cats Facebook Page. They’re the wonderful cat rescue organization who will help us when the kittens are ready to find forever homes.

Something’s new with Jezzie-Belly Today

Houston, I think we may be almost ready for countdown?

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This morning we could see on the Live Cam that Jezzie-Belly was anxious for her morning visit. I assumed it was because of the cooked chicken that she gets each morning for breakfast. But no, that wasn’t it. In reality, she just needed to be coddled… something awful. She has started stretching out and letting me rub her belly a little bit lately, but today she practically begged me to massage it. She rolled over as much as she could with that beach ball attached to her and opened her legs to make sure I could reach every fur-buried nipple.Kitten Rub

It warmed my heart as she purred ever so loudly. Her whole body was vibrating with happiness as I stroked her satiny, very portly, tummy and massaged her swollen nipples. She closed her eyes and I could swear she actually smiled. It felt like she was in one of those trances that the Bella Lugosi vampires used to place over their lovely prey in the old, black and white movies. The only reason I can imagine to explain such a drastic change in behavior is that she’s REALLY anxious to have these kittens. After all, she has until now been somewhat protective of her stomach. Hopefully, it also means that she’s decided to let me be her “Birthing Buddy.”

Feline maternity experts suggest that I have the tools of the buddy trade ready to go. Those would include scissors, thread, towels, and perhaps a tiny aspirator in case one of the kittens has trouble clearing its nose to breath. Check, check and check! Mind you, I don’t intend to interfere at all unless Jezzie indicates that she wants assistance. I’ll simply hold her paw in support. But if needed, I’m ready!

Stay tuned for more and watch live as Jezzie’s pregnancy and impending kitten delivery unfolds on PTZtv’s live cam page, Kitty Cat Cam.

Don’t forget to like Town Cats on Facebook. They’re the wonderful cat rescue organization who will help us find homes for Jezzie’s kittens when they’re ready.

What Will My Kittens Be Like?

Mixed Kitten PairJezzie and her Pussycat Dolls

After this morning’s bowl of cooked chicken breast, Jezzie-Belly appeared to be on a meat-rush and started tossing her catnip mouse all over the window shelf. She then pounced, with all her considerable belly mass and an inspiring amount of thrust, on top of it. She seemed just like a carefree kitten at that moment and I could almost feel her Live Cam fans smiling out there. It started me pondering over what Jezzie’s little ones will look like, what myriad of personalities they might have and what their futures will hold. Jezzie is such a courageous and loving girl. Her dolls will be very special I think. We’ve decided to call them the Pussycat Dolls. Some of you might remember the Josie and the Pussycats band and cartoon started back in the Archie Comics heyday.


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I asked Jezzie-Belly’s mistress if she knew who our girl’s boyfriends, and potential baby-daddies, might be. She recalled one black and white tuxedo cat who has been, and continues to be, enamored with her. But Jezzie IS stunning, so she of course has more than a few admirers, we’re certain. Her mistress is hoping that she has some white, some black and some black & white kittens. A baker’s dozen with 4 each perhaps? Jezzie’s not commenting, but whatever she delivers, she hopes the world will love every one of them and they will be wanted. After all, that’s what every cat really desires in life, to have their own safe place in a world where they are valued. Leonardo da Vinci said “The smallest feline is a masterpiece.” We wholeheartedly agree with him. Our little orphans are true treasures. Don’t you think?

Photos courtesy of kittenwar.com and lifewithcats.tv.

Stay tuned for more and watch live as Jezzie’s pregnancy and impending kitten delivery unfolds on PTZtv’s live cam page, Kitty Cat Cam.

Don’t forget to like Town Cats on Facebook. They’re the wonderful cat rescue organization who will help us find homes for Jezzie’s kittens when they’re ready.