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Feral Kittens Photograph - Waiting For Mom Cyprus by Anita Dale Livaditis

Waiting For Mom Cyprus is a photograph by Anita Dale Livaditis which was uploaded on June 14th, 2012.

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Anita - very cute, love this one.

Thank you so much Eric.

Awwww what cute kitties! vf

Thank you, Nina!

Love these kittens and the colors this photo was done in. Thanks for comment,Marsha

Thank you, Marsha!

Awww...funny ! :)

MIchel, Thank you! :)

Love how you did this. Beautiful. v/f and good to see you!

Thank you, Lenore. I have so little time anymore with all these cats, but I try to stick my head in once in a while. I love your digital drawings.

Adorable kittens! I hope you are able to trap/spay-neuter/return. I feed ferals on my front porch. A mother brought her three kittens to the food source. I have managed to tame the little tom with canned catfood. One of the two girls is tame enough to harass me mercilessly when I sleep on my back deck but won't let me near if I am standing. (I feed them b'fast and dinner of canned and they have dry the rest of the time.) I have 3 cats living in my house who started life feral. Oddly, the boyz are much easier to tame than the girlz.

Alice, it is so good to meet another feral cat lover/tamer. I am so happy to hear of your success and compassion! You know, I have never thought of it, but what you say may be true about the males and females. I ususally try touching them while they are eating soft food, and of course at first they freak out, but slowly slowly, if the food is delicious enough, they will begin to tolerate it, next thing you know they are rubbing against my legs. Also I play with them, first from a distance and then closer up with a leaf on a stick. But I think you are right, the females are harder and especially if they are unaltered. I have one female we altered who comes to our door to eat and now I can stroke her; conversely, there are two mature females at the park, unaltered, that I have had very little success with. Thank you for the insight! The two in this picture are almost as big as their mom now! That is a female is on the left and she is a holy terror!!! You never heard such complaining! :D Thank you, again, Alice.

Sorry, I meant the right - the holy terror "worrier" princess is on the right! Her brother is pretty chill, he's on the left.

This is an awesome picture of the cute little cats. I love the vibrant colors of violets and green with the light in the background. So nice, Anita.

:) Thank you, Thelma. They have gotten so big now! They come down to eat with the big cats. :) She had four of them, all black and white like these two. They were watching their Mom here as the sun rose behind them. Thank you!

P.S. Love the colors in this: delightful..

Thank you, Anne Elizabeth! It's always good to meet another cat lover.

Anita, I am a cat-lover from way back. This is an adorable picture. I like the way you processed this and the effects that you achieved. Thank you again for recent kind words.

very sweet Anita, and I like the processing, which gives this a nice,painterly feel! vote/fav!

Thank you - it's their beauty that shines through. I am no great photographer like you - but I love them with all my heart. Thank you for your generous words.

Ohhh! Cute! Glad you've been able to help out...

Beautiful!! Love this digital touch!! :^D jrr

Thank you! I enjoyed playing around with this one. jrr - :)

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