Island Boys & Girls - litter: 1 week & 1 day

The excitement of having a first time mother is always the same. Will she understand what to do? Will she have enough milk? Is she able to raise them? Does she understand what has happened? And as always; of course! The instincts of our animals are amazing. It's a gift to experience how wonderful our nature works!

The first days Siri was a bit tired, and as a support the kittens got a little extra help from KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer). Now she feeds them all by herself, and she is a very happy mother cat, content with her new role.


Jan Mayen - NFO d 09 24

Male. Weight at 1 week & 1 day: 232 grammes

JAN MAYEN is a volcanic island in the Arctic Ocean and a part of Norway. It is 55 km (34 mi) long (southwest-northeast) and 373 km2 (144 sq mi) in area, partly covered by glaciers (an area of 114.2 km (71.0 mi) around the Beerenberg volcano.




Vega - NFO d (09?) 24

Female - Weight at 1 week & 1 day: 207 grammes

Vegaøyan (Norwegian), or the Vega Archipelago (English), is a group of islands in the Norwegian Sea corresponding roughly to the municipality of Vega. Since 2004, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This cluster of around 6,500 small islands in Nordland county, just south of the Arctic circle, surrounds the main island of VEGA and has been inhabited since the Stone Age.



Molla - NFO d 09 24

Female - Weight at 1 week & 1 day: 213 grammes

MOLLA, two mountainous islands in Vågan municipality, Nordland county, in Lofoten, by the inlet of Raftsundet. “Stormolla” (Store Molla /Big Molla) is 35,3km2 and has 22 inhabitans (2016). «Litlmolla» (Lille Molla / Little Molla) is 9,7 km2 and in uninhabited.



Moffen - NFO n 24

Male - Weight at 1 week & 1 day: 256 grammes

MOFFEN is a small, low island north of the mouth of Wijdefjorden, on the northern coast of Spitsbergen, the largest island of the Svalbard archipelago. The island lies just north of 80° so has become a popular target for vessels touring the archipelago but landing or entering the inner waters is strictly forbidden for fear of disturbing the wildlife as the island is an important haul-out area for Walrus and a nesting site for birds. The island was first labelled on a map by Hendrick Doncker, of Amsterdam, in 1655.



Mosken - NFO n 24

Male - Weight at 1 week & 1 day: 213 grammes

Mosken is a small uninhabited rocky island in the municipality of Værøy in Nordland county, Norway. The 1.5-square-kilometre (0.58 sq mi) island is located in the Lofoten archipelago about halfway between the islands of Værøy to the south and Moskenesøy to the north. The Moskenstraumen maelstrom—one of the most powerful in the world—is located on the north side of Mosken. Historically, the island was used for grazing sheep in both the summer and the winter.




All sources: Wikipedia and Store Norske Leksikon.