Little kitten looks up
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Alert and watchful Hi-res

This kitten was a stray, rescued by a friend's boss. The lady, eight months pregnant at the time, stopped traffic to grab the kitten from the middle of busy Eastland Street. This cat has since been adopted by the company where they work. It goes home with employees for the nights, and on a couple of occasions she stayed with us. The name of the street on which she was found became her name.

Portrait of kitten Eastland
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Little furball asleep Hi-res

She was very small for her age, and very skittish at first. After becoming better socialized with humans, kitten Eastland developed a very nice personality.

Drowsy kitty
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Limbs akimbo
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Little pink paw pads
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Two kittens at rest Hi-res

Solitary naps gave place to cozying up to people. In general, the tiny feline has acclimated well to a society of helpful bipeds. Food, petting and grooming needs met, she can spend her time hunting native wildlife.

In wait
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Great hunter of the carpet plains Hi-res

Wait, stalk and ambush the prey! Grab it and subdue the elusive wild badminton birdie! Ah, the excitement of the hunt...

Bringing down prey
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Mini lion cub
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A sad-looking cat
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Scratch, scratch Hi-res

Catch and release completed, Eastland scratches non-chalantly and wanders off in search of something less chewy. It is good to be at the top of the food chain.

At the top of the crest
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The little runt of a kitten has grown some. She will never reach full size for her breed due to early malnutrition. It also remains to be seen how long she gets to live. Though healthy for now, this kitten carries feline immuno-deficiency virus.