A family didn’t realize that their good deed would be rewarded seven times over. They brought home a beautiful rescue cat. It turns out she was pregnant! Two months later she gave birth to seven tiny surprises.
In the beginning, they were tiny balls of fluff, but as they grew, it was apparent that they were the spitting image of their meowmie—so much in fact—that they look like clones!
Um yah, there’s more here than expected.
Myrtle was rescued off the street by a kind lady. She thought she’d add one new member to her family, not realizing what this skinny kitty carried within her.
Myrtle was rescued in March, and was cold, dirty, and hungry. Her new human named her Myrtle. She soon had the entire family in line.
I can bathe myself now, thank you very much!
Myrtle enjoyed the attention, and they just assumed that her bones were filling in, as her belly grew. Soon it became apparent to her new family that this kitty was pregnant.
No problem, two, maybe three kittens?
On May 22nd, Myrtle’s owner was lucky enough to be home sick from work when Myrtle went into labor. Myrtle was kind enough to let her human nap, while the first kitten came out. What a surprise when her owner woke up!
One, two, three… seven kittens!
Myrtle gave birth to seven fluffy white kittens of the same color.
It’s a hard job, but someone has to do it.
Myrtle is able to close her eyes for a moment. These kittens are at four days old.
The family quickly outgrows their box.
At two weeks, the kittens would have to start taking turns, as there wasn’t room for everyone to feed at the same time.
The kittens enjoy their bigger and softer home. Soon there will be no room for Myrtle.
A puddle of cuddle.
Myrtle’s kittens all nap together in a pile of fluff.
It’s an army of clones!
As the kittens grow, you can see how they’re the spitting image of their mommy.
Laundry day! We’ll help!
When one kitten does something, they all want to join in.
Myrtle’s family successfully adopted out six of her kittens, and they’ll keep one of the kittens so Myrtle has company.