It's not everyday I get to photograph quads, and this little bunch are extra special because they make me a great-granny, according to my daughter. She says, "Well, I'm Rosie's mummy, so you must be her granny." And therefore, Rosie's kittens make me a great-granny! They were born between 8am and 10:30am, one is coloured like her mum, two are stripy grey tabbies and one splodgy tan and white and black cat, who is the spitting image of Rosie's cat-mum!
For more on the furries check out my Salt and Pepper blog.
Rosie two days ago.
And yes, as soon as Rosie can, she will be visiting the vet. We felt this would be a wonderful learning experience for the children, but we're certainly not irresponsible. Two kittens have already got homes, and I'm confident we will re-home the other two.
Friday, 20 June 2008
Wednesday, 11 June 2008
I wish I could have photographed Matt's family for real, but this was a close second. I would love to meet Matt in person one day, and to take photos of his little daughter, Madeline. If you haven't read about Matt, I recommend that you do, but don't go when you're hungry (his tales of restaurants and Pierogies and food will drive you nuts!) Oh, and take a box of tissues with.
Posted by Jo at Wednesday, June 11, 2008