- Jan 27, 2022
I found 3 stay kittens over the summer 2 were males. Both of them had cryptorchidism, which was found the day of them being neutered, and they were around 6-7 months old. All 3 are black, with green eyes. The only thing that I noticed physically in one of the males, as he was very off-balanced and very skinny. He stayed thinner than either of his 2 siblings until a few weeks ago. (Their surgery was done in September.) He has a crook in his tail which was mentioned in a previous comment. I don't see how it can't be hereditary, when 2 male cats, from the same litter, we're both cryptorchids. It is the first time of having kittens/cats, from dogs. I love all of them so very much, they have brought me so much joy since rescuing them from the ally. I have seen their mother, she is all black and believe their father is a Siamese that runs the streets every now and then. There is still at least one of their littermates that I wasn't able to catch or find when I rescued them. I have seen it roaming the streets. I don't know if it is male or female, I wish I could catch it and find out for scientific purposes. I wonder if it runs in the Siamese blood line. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. As well as any future issues I might run into, being that they are still under a year old. Any advice welcomed for 1st time cat parent.