Sunflower Farm and Creamery is already overflowing with animals and pets. Thankfully, the farmers found room in their hearts for three cute kittens born to a feral cat.
The three male kittens were born in a pile of insulation and were found with their eyes closed due to irritation. A foster family helped the cats get healthy before the cats came to the farm.
Bob, with no tail, Ed, and George will now be Sunflower’s barn cats. The curious orange kittens check out their new home, mewing at everything along the way.
The kittens spend a lot of time with the herd of goats, even drinking water from their pail. Bob, Ed, and George roll around the goat’s hay. The goats are very gentle with the kittens, considering these cats are hanging out in their breakfast!
One of the kittens sees Virginia, the existing barn cat. The black cat looks on as the kitten regards her at a distance. The baby even tries to hide behind a tree while curiously checking out the elder cat.
The three new kittens head back to the goats since they seem much kinder than Virginia. All three boys hang out in a line, looking on at the goats in their stable.
These brothers have found a home full of new friends, where they will get to drink goat’s milk every day and grow strong. Even Virginia might warm up to these three cute kittens.